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Sep
24
accepted Connect to guest OS from Host OS
Sep
24
accepted role of virtual network adapter
Sep
22
awarded  Supporter
Sep
22
comment Connect to guest OS from Host OS
@Fiisch..thanks...I got the idea now...! vote from my side for your above comment which played great role in clearing my doubts
Sep
22
asked role of virtual network adapter
Sep
22
comment Connect to guest OS from Host OS
@Fiisch...also Ping from Ubuntu to Windows 7's Ip says destination Host unreachable
Sep
22
awarded  Commentator
Sep
22
comment Connect to guest OS from Host OS
@Fiisch..I did that...I let 172.17.10.60 be the IP of Virtual Box Ethernet Adapter, switched off DHCP and configured ifconfig eth0 172.17.10.60 netmask 255.255.0.0 inside Ubuntu. Still the same result when I acess it from chrome
Sep
22
asked Connect to guest OS from Host OS
Jun
24
revised Contents of External Hard disk cannot be accessed
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Jun
24
comment Contents of External Hard disk cannot be accessed
@Ramhound...I don't know how but somehow the disk got mounted to /media...Any ideas now?
Jun
24
asked Contents of External Hard disk cannot be accessed
Jul
2
comment lan extension over wide area
@paul...ok...but that is what i asked...why should it be encapsulated using different physical header...why not use the ethernet header
Jul
2
asked lan extension over wide area
Dec
30
comment Why is my IP displayed in nslookup and netstat different?
@gmari...so in actuality the nat of lan provides me which ip?
Dec
30
comment Understanding ipconfig output in Windows
@CodeBlend...i understood answer to first question...have u answered my second question(i cant make out)?
Dec
30
comment Why is my IP displayed in nslookup and netstat different?
@iglvzx...i respect your zest to close a duplicate question(nice work )...but i don't think this question is anywhere near the question you suggested...if you look at both of my ip addresses,they are both private(172.16.0.0 – 172.31.255.255 and 192.168.0.0 – 192.168.255.255 )...so there is no question of any IP being of the router...plz comment and clear my doubt as answers have been disabled
Dec
30
awarded  Scholar
Dec
30
accepted Why can't I see other computers' traffic in the output of tcpdump?
Dec
30
comment Understanding ipconfig output in Windows
@CodeBlend...here is the screen shot