In that case there’s nothing special to consider. RBridge running in registry mode is a normal “user land” UDP server binding on port 439 per default.
There are two things to consider when you run RBridge in bridging mode:
The VM running RBridge needs promiscuous mode permissions and the permission to inject arbitrary packets into the LAN. The procedure to allow this is as follows:
The MAC address of the interface which an RBridge peer is listening on (interface parameter) should stay the same for the RBridge licensing to stay valid in all cases.
If you want to guarantee that the same MAC address is assigned to a given virtual machine every time, even if the virtual machine is moved, or if you want to guarantee a unique MAC address for each virtual machine within a networked environment, you can assign the address manually instead of allowing VMware Workstation to assign it automatically.
For information about this please check out this VMware document: Manually Assigning a MAC Address