June 3rd, 2009, 01:46 AM #1
Virtual IP and Routing
I have a Macbook with one ethernet port. OS is MacOS 10.5.6.
I have a installed Virtual Box on top of my Macbook with a Guest OS of Solaris 10 OS and 192.168.100.100/255.255.255.0 IP Address configuration.
I want my MacOS and Solaris Guest OS to talk to each other on TCP/IP.
How and what route(s) do I need to add to my MacOS and Solaris 10 virtual image.
Summary of current ethernet config:
1)Ethernet 0 on Mac OS - 192.168.100.110/24
2) Ethernet 0 on Solaris 10 OS image - 192.168.100.100/24 (Virtual Guest OS)
I remember with VMware on my Windows Laptop it was pretty easy to NAT on the same physical port and the Host and Guest OSes will talk to each other easily.
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