You can use the virtual network editor to change NAT settings. For example, you can change the gateway IP address, add a port for forwarding, and change DNS and NetBIOS settings.

To change NAT settings on a Linux host, you must edit the NAT configuration file. See Editing the NAT Configuration File.

Familiarize yourself with the NAT settings. See NAT Settings.

Log in as an Administrator user. Only an Administrator user can change network settings in the virtual network editor.

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On the Windows host system, select Edit > Virtual Network Editor.

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Select the NAT network and click NAT Settings and change the NAT settings.

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Click OK to save your changes.