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In previous posts I have mentioned using the Microsoft Loopback Adapter for advanced networking scenarios. Today I am going to talk about how to team up the Microsoft Loopback Adapter with the Internet Connection Sharing capabilities of Windows to construct a NAT network solution. This is very handy to do with Virtual Server - which has no built in NAT solution - and it is even useful for Virtual PC as it provides a more flexible NAT solution than the built in shared networking functionality (such as the capability for virtual machines to network with each other and the host computer).
The directions on how to install the Microsoft Loopback Adapter under Windows XP are as follows:
Once you have done this you will then need to enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS). The catch here is that you need to enable ICS on the network interface that you want to use to access the Internet - not the Microsoft Loopback Adapter:
A couple of things to know at this stage:
I want to share host and guest machine. Following is the detail:
1. Host OS windows 7 Enterprise
2. Guest OS Windows 2003 Enterprise installed in VPC.
3. Microsoft Loopback adapter installed on both Host and Guest machine
Please guide me how do connect/share host-guest machine.
I could use some help. I'm training for my MCITP cert and I'm running through the training book(configuring windows server 2008) I downloaded Virtual PC 2007 and installed it on my Win7 box and created my first VM named Server01 and installed Server 2008 standard on it. I ran through the first few exercises with no problems and set up the first VM with the AD DS role, and created the Contoso.com domain. In the VM console I have 2 network adapters configured for my first VM one is my local area connection of my win7 box and second is set to local only. Next I created a second VM called Server02 and installed a 2008 Server core build and I'm trying to do a netdom join to join Server02 to the domain I created on server01 but doesn't seem to work. I know it probably has to do with how I have my 2nd VM network configured. How should I set up my VM's network settings so I can simulate my network? AdvancedEvolution@charter.net Thank you in advance. :)
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