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Investigation 1: Virtual Networks: - formatting table
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<li>Boot each virtual machine and provide it a static address according to the following table. Do not alter the address it already has for your internal network.</li></ol>
{| class="wikitable" | style="margin-left:50px; style="border: 2px solid black;" | "|- style="font-weight:bold; text-align:center;"| style="border: 2px solid black;" | Hostname | style="border: 2px solid black;" | Address for external network|-| style="background-color:#66cccc; border: 2px solid black;" | vm1.<yourdomain>.ops | style="background-color:#66cccc; border: 2px solid black;" | 192.168.X.53/24|-| style="background-color:#66cccc; border: 2px solid black;" | vm2.<yourdomain>.ops | style="background-color:#66cccc; border: 2px solid black;" | 192.168.X.2/24|-| style="background-color:#66cccc; border: 2px solid black;" | vm3.<yourdomain>.ops | style="background-color:#66cccc; border: 2px solid black;" | 192.168.X.3/24|} 
==Investigation 2: Advanced uses of FirewallD==
Having removed the default network, you have also removed the firewall settings it was providing for you that allowed your machines to communicate with the outside world. Perform the following steps on your host.
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