You can try NAT based connection and it will work just fine, but you will not be able to access your VM servers externally, unless you map ports. Another option is to use “Bridge Adapter”. Look:
Remember that in order to start or stop the Ethernet interface, you can run as root:
In order to restart the whole Network interface run:
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