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I have installed Win 7 in Virtual Box

I don't know how add network connections in windows 7.

My Win7 Network Configuration:

My Host OS:

Edit:

My network details in Ubuntu and Win7(VirtualBox)

Ubuntu is connected to Internet. No Proxy. Virtual Box uses NAT.

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I couldn't add my image in content since my reputation <10. So, I added them in comments –  user3616287 May 12 '14 at 9:33
    
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Now, to the question: Does Ubuntu connect to the Internet? Are you behind a proxy or firewall? Also, does VirtualBox use NAT or bridge connection? –  Danatela May 12 '14 at 9:52

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Probably, you should set up DNS in Windows. To do this:

  1. Click on Change Adapter Settings link left of network view.

  2. Right-click on your Network Adapter. Choose Properties.

  3. This window will appear:

    Select item that selected in the above example and click Properties

  4. This window will appear:

    Enter those DNS into appropriate fields:

    10.1.31.1
    10.1.0.5
    
  5. Click OK twice. Your network should work fine.

Refer to this article for further information.

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Shall I keep it as NAT itself. and my network is a wired connection. I am doing this in college –  user3616287 May 12 '14 at 10:07
    
Yes, unless different setting will be required. –  Danatela May 12 '14 at 10:09

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