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comment virtualbox private networks, port forwarding, etc
The host only network is in effect a second network that your host machine is attached to, depending on the settings of your main (windows corporate) network you may need to adjust things like routes, name resolution etc. Try adding the name and IP for your VM to the host machine's hosts-file, for example.
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comment NAS for use with mac os x and multiple time machine
@Jay - If I remember correctly I just had to enable apple file sharing and time machine support on the Synology. You select a location for the backup files of course but from the actual mac I just had to select the synology as a target for time machine. I think time machine makes a mac-formatted volume file on the share, but it does so automatically behind the scenes. It was so easy I have forgotten the details in any case, so no jumping through hoops was required. :)
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comment NAS for use with mac os x and multiple time machine
No it's usable for sure but I used to have an old tower pc as my NAS and it was 3-4x times faster than the synology. I found setup to be really easy, if I recall correctly it appears in the list of time machine targets on your mac when you enable the feature.
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