Forum: DSL Embedded
Topic: Networkin' Woes...
started by: kitian
Posted by kitian on Nov. 10 2004,16:27For the sake of getting this thread in the right place...I am reposting my problem.
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I can ping the host computer...but, not beyond. Wondering if there is any setup required to be able to get to the network my host is connected to.
Posted by kitian on Nov. 10 2004,19:27so, maybe i just need to add the route:
I'll have to try it...
Posted by AwPhuch on Nov. 10 2004,19:29http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/route.mspx
Perhaps you need to add the route to windows...do you have a firewall on the box?
Posted by roberts on Nov. 10 2004,20:47When using the default -user-net You are not going to be able to ping outside. You can ping the builtin dhcp server of 10.0.2.2. Usually the virtual machine is asigned 10.0.2.15. Then using the already established Windows net stack you should be able to use browsers, email and other net clients. You will not have the same IP as the hosting OS.
Posted by AwPhuch on Nov. 10 2004,22:11Try going to the DSL control panel and netcard config..tell it to dhcp again and it should work
Posted by kitian on Nov. 11 2004,16:20
So, how I am to use the already established Windows stack? Are you saying the net-clients will be able to do this transparently?
I have a proxy requirement...which makes things a little more complicated.
But as far as TCP/IP I need to be able to connect to an IP address on the Host's network. Hopefully, I can do this???