I installed backtrack5 on the VMware workstation 9 and I set the connection to NAT,
but I can not connect to internet and also I do not know how to add interfaces to that
on 10/20/2013 – Made popular on 10/20/2013
I have been trying to get Backtrack5 to run smoothly on my new laptop and have run into a few issues.
I have installed a version of Backtrack5 onto another laptop previously as the primary OS, and everything seemed to work perfectly. Now I am trying to install it using VMware Workstation, and can't seem to get the internet working properly.
I am currently facing a challenge in QNX, where I have 2 Network Interfaces - viz. one Network port from PCIe Ethernet Expansion card (wm0) and other from the normal Ethernet port (en0). I have assigned static IP to both the interfaces, with different subnet.
When I installed (k)Ubuntu on my work laptop it was connected to the internet with an all-fixed (IP address, hostnames, etc) setup.
After a few upgrades, and lately an overhaul of the networks at work, I don't seem to provide the correct settings any more.
The new network is DHCP, and there is a wireless connection that I tried to get working in NetworkManager (after failing setting it upwith /et
I want to know the difference between DNS settings in /etc/reolv.conf and etc/network interfaces?.For exmaple when i share internet connection from other computer(XP),I used to add the name server (DNS address of my ISP) in etc/resolv.conf and I can successfully share the internet.But I want to know what is the relevance of setting the DNS address in the /etc/network/interfaces along with IP and
Quite easy use-case: I have two Ethernet interfaces which should both be connected using DHCP. It does not matter which one the default route is, since it is just a dedicated proof-of-concept setup. However, hot-plugging must work for both interfaces (one of them is a CDC-NCM connection).
connman 1.17 seems only to try to establish a connection to one of the interfaces.