I've got VirtualBox set up so that I can access a web server on the guest from the host, using Bridged Networking. as I understand it, with Bridged Networking the guest machine gets internet access in the same way the host machine does - by getting an IP from your router, for example...
my problem is that I find myself wanting to work while traveling (ex: on a train), where I may not have internet access. without internet access, Bridged Networking falls apart.
it seems like there ought to be a way to set up Virtual Box so that there's some entirely made-up network that I can use, without a real one. I've tried "Internal Network" and "Host-only Adapter", which seem like they should do the job, but either they don't do what I want, or I'm misunderstanding how to use them.
tl;dr: is there a way I can access my guest machine's web server (and/or other network services) even when the host is without internet access?