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Oct
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comment Change VirtualBox DHCP to issue 192.168.x.x adresses instead of 10.0.x.x adresses?
Yeah, but the VM will not route back out the default gateway if it thinks the destination is on its subnet. Ie: if the VM is 10.0.2.15/24 and you try to ping 10.0.2.10 which is on the Host's subnet, it will not try to route through the NAT gateway. The same is true if you involve port-forwarding and the connecting machine is 10.0.2.10. The packages will route to the VM but they'll never route back out.
Oct
17
comment Change VirtualBox DHCP to issue 192.168.x.x adresses instead of 10.0.x.x adresses?
Yes, but weird things can happen if your host doesn't know how to route to the VM. I had this problem with Vagrant taking 5 minutes to mount the shared folder. I could ping google from the VM, but I couldn't ping anything on the local net.
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