Hello! Does anyone know if it is possible to connect two virtual PCs together into their own virtual network?
The host computer is using a Linux operative system. I am trying to connect one virtual PC containing windows server 2003 to another virtual PC containing WindowsXP. Can this be done? Or do I have to configure the host PCs hardware(ethernet card) in order to create a virtual connection.
I can connect a virtual PC(windows) to the host PC(linux) using SAMBA. I don't want to mess up my hard disk with dual OS and dual booting. So having WindowsXP installed on my computer is not an option.
Grateful for any help
Once you installed player, wks, or server you created 2 more networks in your computers field of view, so now it has at least 3.
It has 1 or more physical networks (one of which is bridged)
It has a subnet private to itself for NAT
it has a subnet private to itself for Host Only
As a result, as long as your guests occupy the same subnet, they already see each other. So, if both are NAT they both live on the subnet, and can see externally out beyond your PC what ever your PC sees as if it were your PC. If its Host only, they can see each other and your PC, but nothing further.