I have a windows 7 host and a QNX (essentially unix) guest that i would like to communicate with. Currently I am able to SSH from the host to the guest if i have a static network adapter setting. ie:
This is the QNX network settings (This is set up with a bridge adapter)
And windows is set to the same network with a static ip (192.168.1.90 with subnet 255.255.255.0)
If i have it set up this way then I can successfully ssh from the windows host to the VM with openSSH or PuTTY. But this means my network adapter is useless and I cannot connect to the Internet. I am wondering if there is a way to ssh to a VMWare guest when the host has a auto dhcp ip address? I have tried this and it does not work, but maybe there is some work around?
Note: The network cannot be changed to suit my static ip as it is an organisational network.