這幾天開始用 VMware 用 Ubuntu 當工作環境，忽然遇到一個問題就是只要我的 HOST OS 從睡眠中起床後，GUEST OS 就會沒有網路可用！
搜尋了一下…找到了這篇滿久以前的文章 (是說既然都這麼久了 沒修好是有原因的?)
Running VMware Workstation 6.5 and Vista 32-bit with a wired NIC. My Bridged networking stops working after Vista sleeps or hibernates. A restart is required to restore its operation. NAT networking works fine.
Anyone have any ideas how to restore it without a reboot?
結果後面有人回應可使用 cmd (請用管理員權限開啟) 輸入以下指令
net stop vmnetbridge
net start vmnetbridge
原文作者在 4 年後回應了自己
Well several years after I encountered this problem it appears I have a fix. I was using VMWare’s Virtual Network Editor (included with VMWare Workstation) and I noticed bridged mode was set to Automatic. I changed it to bind to my specific network adapter because I thought that might help. It does. I no longer have to issue “net stop vmnetbridge && net start vmnetbridge” on hibernate or sleep resume. This is in Workstation 9 on Windows 7 x64.
If anyone else encounters this problem you may want to try doing that. The disadvantage is if you use multiple network adapters is I guess it will not switch over automatically? In Workstation 9 that doesn’t seem to work anyway (the whole reason I was using the network editor in the first place). What I’ve ended up doing is I have two virtual network adapters, one bridged to each physical adapter and I let the VM access them both. I imagine that could be pretty inconvenient if you have a lot of VMs though.
OK，簡單說就是把 VM 中的 Virtual Network Editor 裡面的 bridge mode 從原本的 automatic 改為固定你要用的那張網卡，問題就解決了！總覺得這個解法只算岔強人意？不知道有沒有更好的解法，不過沒時間了先這樣吧！