Virtual PC Using Different Internet Connection Then Host?
Feb 2, 2011
Running a Windows 7 laptop plugged into a LAN using ethernet cable with internet.The built-in wireless nic on the laptop connects to a totally different internet network. I set up an XP Mode Virtual PC on the laptop with the intention that it would use the wireless internet connection.I set this up by installing Microsoft Loopback Adapter, then sharing the wireless nic to it. The Virtual PC is set to use the Microsoft Loopback Adapter as its network connection.My problem is that only the hard wired internet connection works.The wireless is connected and has an ip address, however no traffic flows through it until i either disable the cabled network or physcially unplug the cable. Is it possible to have my host laptop use the cabled internet connection and my virtual pc use the 2nd wireless internet?
My host has an IP of 220.127.116.11 from a router DHCP. I have a virtual environment which has a DC and DNS and the IP is: 192.168.1.x how can I get access from my host to the virtual environment? What do I need to setup on the host OS? (Windows)
VIRTUAL MACHINE ~ Can Guest OS become Infected Through Host OS ?If I setup and use a virtual machine running/containing both a Host OS and a guest OS ... do they remain completely separate entities when operating one or the other?My main concern is Virus related ... if for instance I'm Running Windows 7 as the host and XP as the guest and I get the host OS infected, will the guest XP OS also contract it by default because it is operating on the same disk?
One of the persons involved in a home network has installed a Dlink DIR-825 Rev-B Extreme router on the Comcast cable system to allow a 'better' wireless signal on upper floors of the home. Two others involved in the same home network use a 'secure desktop access' software called NetOp to access the network remotely. To facilitate this software, we must 'port forward' port 6502 on BOTH UDP and TCP to the single system that is accessed.
However, this setup (simple port forwarding) does not seem to work - neither does 'virtual server', for that matter. Prior to this router being installed, it was extremely simple to accomplish this remote access using a Linksys router, so our software firewall configuration has not changed but the new Dlink seems unable to allow remote access.
How (and via which of these access methods - port forwarding or virtual server) would be best? This configuration seems frustratingly difficult to accomplish and I'm about to take the Dlink 'out' of the network and re-install the Linksys with a 'high-gain' external antenna to facilitate simple signal enhancement.
I have a single cisco 11503 load balancer.There is a single Banner student information system which is load balanced on it with Virtual ip 10.3.20.101 which is working fine without any issues .I am now trying to add an Oracle ERP application with virtual IP 10.3.20.230 and physical ips 10.3.19.22 and 10.3.19.23 all on port 8003.When I just make the group ERP-Apps-Grp active , the vitual ip address 10.3.20.230 is pingable , but when I make the the content Erp_IAT active it stops pinging. [code]
I have a host machine (Laptop, Win 7 Home Premium x64) running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 on VMWare Workstation 9. I've got this system set up for UMDF driver development, because I need a target machine to debug drivers on. However, because I'm developing drivers for Win 7 (x86 and x64), I cannot connect to the virtual machine on via a simple network connection. Connection methods are outlined here.
I have tried a few different pieces of software (mostly Eltima software), and have Google'd every combination of phrases that I can think of. I can't find any information on this anywhere. I don't just need to share data between the machines, I need a more "physical" connection.
Does any know how to do this, or if there's another (preferably more simple) way of doing it?
I installed virtual pc 2007 that has winXP and my host is Windows vista. I was able to make my virtual pc to connect to host internet using NAT for adapter 1 long time ago without any problems but it is not working anymore since last month! Although it works when I try it on another host. I believe the problem is in my host so what to check excatly in my host.
Implement the procedures required so that machine 1 and machine 2 can communicate statically with one another. Outline the TCP/IP settings to be used on each of the machines and set this machine up accordingly.
I followed this guide [TUT] Setting a static internal IP (Windows and Linux)but what has happened is that now the two machines can't connect to the internet.
So I'm trying to set up my computer to act as a virtual router so I can connect another device to the network.I can successfully create the network but it doesn't seem to be sharing my internet. I believe the problem may be that on the sharing tab for the initial internet connection there is no drop down menu like the one below.
Implement the procedures required so that machine 1 and machine 2 can communicate statically with one another. Outline the TCP/IP settings to be used on each of the machines and set this machine up accordingly. I followed this guide http:[URL]....tid=210 but what has happened is that now the two machines can't connect to the internet. How can I fix this?
Here is a links to the ipconfig/ all on the XP virtual machine http:[URL]....the default gate way here is the same as on my actual working machine.
I have DIR-601 wireless router with two computers connected: Server (192.168.1.2) and Client (192.168.1.3 on Ethernet Port and 192.168.1.4 on Wireless)
I also use dlinkddns.com and my router's public IP is mapped as abc.dlinkddns.com.
In the router Virtual Server section, it is configured as: Public Port: 3389 (for Remote Desktop) Private Port: 3389 IP Address: 192.168.1.2 (server's IP)
I am expecting this to allow the client to access the server via windows Remote Desktop.
The current situation is:
- When wireless is on, the client can access the server's Remote Desktop
- When wireless is off and client is connected by wired Ethernet, the client cannot connect to the server's remote desktop. After timeout, the error msg is "Remote Desktop can't connect to the remote computer for one of these reasons: ...".
- When the client is in another network, it can connect to the server through the Internet.
I am sure it's not the client's problem because it can access via wireless or remotely from another network. It's not the router's virtual server config problem for the same reasons. Will it be a bug in the router? (hardware version: B1, firmware version: 2.00NA).
We are experimenting with virtual machines running on some laptops here as part of a future deployment.Equipment in use:
-5508 WLC -1262 LWAP
The actual operating system has no issues connecting to the wireless. When you start the virtual machine on any client machine (OSX, Win 7, Win XP, anything) it is unable to get an IP through an external DHCP server when the VM is set up to use a bridged connection.This works fine with Autonomous access points and over cable all mapped to the same VLAN. Helper addresses are configured on the VLAN.Is this a limitation of the WLC where it cannot provide more than one IP address per MAC? Is it a limitation of CAPWAP? Or is there an option to turn of DHCP snooping (which I suspect to be the cause of the issue)?
I wish to access my virtual pc remotely, As i have downloaded OTRS ticketing system on a virtual machine and i wish to access it remotely. The physical server IP is 62.84.xx.xx the Virtual server IP is 10.0......"check link below please"
I have created a virtual server that hosts a ticketing website on it, locally i can access the website when i input my private ip .
Now i want to make it accessible to the agents outside my company , i have change my private ip to a public one, but the problem is still there,i cant connect . i disabled the firewall , just so i would be sure its aint a F.W problem and still , not working .
I have a host that can successfully connect to a PIX 515E (7.x OS) via VPN Client; however, I have no IP routing to the LAN from the remote host.The VPN IP pool works finem,The LAN default gateway is the inside interface on the PIX; the network is flat L2 behind it.The default route on the PIX points out; no other routes are defined,The VPN remote host can be pinged from LAN hosts, but the VPN remote host cannot ping any LAN host, not even the PIX inside interface.
In my lab I have only one ESX server. On this server I am running VSM and vCenter (appliance).I am trying to get 1000v working however everytime I try to migrate my ports I get the following error:Network configuration change disconnected the host '192.168.0.10' from vCenter server and has been rolled back.fault.NetworkDisruptedAndConfigRolledBack.summaryIt seems that it doesn't like the fact that vCenter lives on the same ESX host as I'm trying to migrate. How I could get this to work?
We are using an ASA with 8.4 in transparent mode. Connection fails when a host on inside tries to connect to a server on outside. This server uses mac-address 0100.5E00.0000 to load balance but replies with real mac-address.Firewall logs "Deny TCP".ARP inspection is disabled.
I have two 5000. Uplinks are Vpc to nexus 7000 and downlink are connected to Esx host. When I reboot one 5000, some Esx host lose connection to the NetApp SAN (Iscsi and CIFS) for 10-16 seconds. This is enought to generate errors and event corruption on disk. The 10-16 blackout occur when the switch as reloaded.
My theory is that VPC interface comme up 10-16 seconds after the edge interface(ESX). This create a blackhole effect for ESX host.
I've got an 1841 router acting as the firewall for a LAN. It also does NAT and acts as the dialer for a PPPoE DSL line to the internet.
All is working fine, except now I need to allow a Tivo device to connect to certain ports on the Tivo servers on the internet. I want only the Tivo to be able to do this. The problem is that NAT is happening before my outbound ACL is checked, so even though I've got rules to allow the Tivo's LAN address out on all ports, it never works. I've verified this using a syslog server, and can see my external DSL IP trying to connect to the Tivo servers and being denied.
I've done things like this at work by NATting the appropriate internal host to its own external static IP address, which allows me to write rules allowing only that external address to do stuff. But I don't have multiple external addresses to work with here.
I tried applying my outbound ACL to the LAN interface of the router in the "in" direction (and removing the same ACL from the Dialer interface in the "out" direction), but that broke other things like the router's own ability to ping out to the LAN or to see a TFTP server on the LAN. I could maybe fix all of that with rule changes and inspect statements on traffic going out toward the LAN (not sure of this, think so), but I'm wondering:
Is there a better way to let just the Tivo makes outgoing connections to certain ports?
Config pasted below:
! ! Last configuration change at 17:15:10 CDT Sun Jul 15 2012 ! NVRAM config last updated at 16:27:14 CDT Sun Jul 15 2012 by someguy !
At work my desktop pc is a Novell client with WinXP. I wanted to use it a an ics host so I'd be able to connect my laptop to it with a cross wire so both computers could surf simultaneously using one source connection.I should probably note that I only have user privileges on my desktop and no admin privileges on it. It is my workplace policy so people don't install software that might end up being malicious.We also have Wifi at work but my at my office I have a low signal (1-2 bars) so I can disconnect my desktop, copy it's MAC address to my laptop and surf with my laptop instead. However, I need both computers, the desktop for work and PC for personal use.
My internet connection started to disconnect after an office mate used my PC. I thought it was just the cables but it's not. I pinged my ip address and its okay (sent=4; received=4). But when i ping Yahoo! and other websites, it said that "Destination host unreachable" (sent=4;received=0;lost=4;100% loss). What should I do to make my connection okay? I didn't ask assistance from our IT personnel bcoz they said if i want to reconnect/reinstall connection, I have to get an approved request from our bosses. And I don't like being asked bcoz they are like tyrant bosses.
I have an issue with NAT on a Cisco 1841. See following configuration,
interface FastEthernet0/0 description Connection to LAN bandwidth 100000 ip address 10.90.0.100 255.255.0.0 ip helper-address 10.100.2.2 ip helper-address 10.100.2.3 ip load-sharing per-packet ip nbar protocol-discovery ip nat inside ip virtual-reassembly duplex auto speed auto
interface Dialer1 description ADSL connection bandwidth 448 ip address X.X.X.X 255.255.255.248 ip access-group 150 in ip nat outside ip inspect firewall out ip virtual-reassembly encapsulation ppp dialer pool 1 dialer-group 1 no cdp enable ppp authentication chap pap callin ppp chap hostname hostname ppp chap password password ppp pap sent-username hostname password password crypto map vpn ip nat inside source list 102 interface Dialer1 overload(code )
I've tried this with both a source list NAT statement, and a route-map. The router can contact hosts on the Internet:
Type escape sequence to abort.Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 18.104.22.168, timeout is 2 seconds:!!!!!Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 144/147/148 ms
I am trying to open up certain ports to host multiplayer games on the internet on my computer and on Xbox 360.The only internet service provider is primecast. I am able to open the ports on my router but the ports still show closed using portforward.com portchecker. I disabled all firewalls and Anti-Virus, no luck. I even connected my computer directly to the modem, the ports are still closed. The Router is a Linksys WRT400N set to single band. The modem is an Alcatel although there is no model number (it has a fiber optic connection, coax connection and 2 ethernet port connections). The condo is cat 5 ready so the router has multiple ethernet cables which go to the ethernet wall plugs throughout the apartment which is how I connect to my desktop.
FYI:One of the games I am trying to play online IL2 1946, people simply cannot connect.In another game Company of Heroes, people cannot connect and I cannot connect to most games it says there is a NAT issue when connecting.
PS When I go into ipconfig I now see IPv4 and IPv6, I don't know if that has something to do with it but to my knowledge these sections were not here previously (before I moved).
Win 7 x64 Intel I5 750 1186 12 GB Ram 1.5 Tb HDD in Raid Striping ATI Radeon HD 5770
I have a VMware workstation on my host computer (windows 7) and the VMware workstation has a virtual machine (windows 7) on the host. We were trying to allow internet access only to the Virtual machine, i.e. to minimize exposure of the host to the internet. I tried to use Vlan Access Control list with MAC ACL to deny the host virtual machine from accessing the internet and allow all other traffic including the virtual machine. The configuration works for some time and after some time when the virtual machine continously pings the c3750 switch (wher the VACL is implemented), the host also pings the c3750 switch and re-establishes connection with the internet. But when we configured the c3750 switch to deny the VM and allow all other traffic, it works fine. It seems like the host automatically finds a way to get arround the VACL.
I'm working on setting up a new ASA 5550, and have run into a question that I hope is easily answered.I currently have 4 interfaces, SL100 Inside, SL80 DMZ1, SL50 DMZ2, and SL0 Outside. I was under the impression that each interface, depending on security level would pass traffic from higher levels to lower, but not allow traffic being generated from SL80 to SL100.
What I would like to accomplish is that any hosts on my SL100 Inside interface can access the "internet" which is connected to my outside interface of the ASA, which was very simple, just a permit internal subnets eq www / https / etc...
My DMZ subnets need to access a few servers on my internal interface, and need outbound access to the world as well. Thinking that all traffic from my lower SL interfaces on the ASA would be denied, I entered a permit IP / DMZ subnet ------> any. This worked great for giving my DMZ hosts access to the internet, but it also permit traffic from the DMZ to hosts on my Inside interface as well.
I have an IPSec VPN and NAT configured. Return traffic from an internal NAT host seems to be blocked by the WAN inbound ACL. What is the proper way to allow return traffic from the Internet for this internat NAT host? Note: As a test, removing the deny entry on the WAN ACL allows return traffic.