I’m trying to create a series of Windows VMs via Vagrant (macOS 10.15.3 host, VMware Fusion & Vagrant VMware plugin) but I’m having an issue with the networking.
If I don’t specify any networking config in my VagrantFile, I get a single network adapter on my VMware private network and it’s using DHCP, as expected.
If I try to set a fixed IP address using
config.vm.network "private_network", ip: "10.10.10.10" then I get two network adapters in my guest box, in a Windows box both are DHCP enabled and connected to vmnet8, in a Linux box one is DHCP enabled and connected to vmnet8, the second assigns the expected IP address and creates a new vmnet network within Fusion.
Am I not able to configure my vagrant boxes to have a single adapter with a fixed IP address? From what I read, it seems like VirtualBox can do this? Is this a limitation in the plugin or within VMwares product?