The first stage of the installation outlines what information
the wizard will be collecting from the user over the steps
Step 2: Naming the network
All virtual networks need to have a name, so that's the first piece of
information collected from the user.
Step 3: Selecting IPv4 address range
Each network needs to be assigned a range of network addresses from one of
the IPv4 private address ranges. This is done by entering the network address
and prefix length, or netmask.
Step 4: Choosing DHCP address pool
From the IPv4 address range, approximately half of the addresses are given to the
DHCP server, which will then hand them out to guest virtual machines upon request.
The other half are available for administrators to manually configure guests with.
Step 5: Forwarding to the physical network
A virtual network can run in completely isolated mode, or may forward traffic
to the physical LAN, applying NAT to addresses.
Step 6: Summary of parameters
Prior to creating the virtual network, a summary of parameters is displayed to
allow the user to review the config one last time.