Unable to connect to Internet in the Guest Machine on VMware Workstationview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hello All, I am new to the world of Linux and VMware. I have installed Red Hat 6.1 on VmWare Workstation9. I was able to connect to the internet and browse various websites, e.g. Google, Dropbox etc. (HowTos)

VBoxManage clonevm ?'sview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – i have seen the viruualbox manual for clonevm here http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch0...manage-clonevm unfortunately i can't really find any samples that meet my needs and the method i tried fails. i am trying to clone a vm called "student1" to a new vm called "student2", but also give the clone a unique uuid and register it all in one command. (HowTos)

Es besteht kein Zweifel, dass wir alle lieben Nike Schuhe.view story

http://chakra-project.org – Weil 1837 Tiffany Armband erstaunt positiv. Die nachhaltige Art und nimmt auf einem Teil wieder und auch noch einmal in der größten Liebesgeschichten weltweit. Tiffany gebeten, das Jubiläum Anfang September bei 200 deutschen Journalisten und zusätzlich Freunde in der Post Palace verglichen. (HowTos)

How do I conditionally forward ports depending on whether the package is requested? [closed]view story

http://serverfault.com – Situation: The Server is connected to the internet. On the server I have a virtual machine running which should act as a webserver. Another computer is connected to the physical server. (HowTos)

How to disable IPV6 in debianview story

http://www.debianadmin.com – This tutorial will explain how to disable IPV6 in debian. Open a terminal and su to root Now you need to check if iPV6 is active or not using the following command netstat -tunlp |grep p6 |wc -l If the result is anything other than 0, then one or more IPv6-aware processes is running. Disable using the following 3 commands echo net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=1 > /etc/sysctl.d/disableipv6.conf s (Distributions)

B&N Widens The Screen For Nook Video, Adds Content From Lionsgate, MGM, Paramount, Relativity, Nat’l Geographic And Moreview story

http://techcrunch.com – Barnes & Noble last week noted that Q3 Nook revenues were down some 28% over last year on a hardware slump, but the company also saw a rise of 13.1% on content sales — and today it’s announcing some key deals that it hopes will boost that line of business even further. (IT news)

can't find a way to forward in iptables for specific mac addressview story

http://serverfault.com – I use a linux Centos 6.3 as an Internet gateway with NAT. I want to allow a specific host to have access to Internet, but not with IP address, because IP may change due to dhcp, and use a rule for a specific mac address. I used the following but it does not work iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o $INTERNETDEVICE -j MASQUERADE iptables -A INPUT -i $INTERNETDEVICE -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELA (HowTos)

Host to VM networking and VM to Host networkingview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – I'm running a Fedora 17 desktop system that I've decided to put an OEL 6 virtual machine on. I built the VM first with virtual network NAT the default but discovered that only the host could communicate with it. After reading the available documentation (which I probably should have done first) I found that I needed to use a bridged network on the host so the VM would be available on my LAN. (HowTos)

Iptables NAT forwarding - how to block all but one IPview story

http://serverfault.com – I've got a small network, two interfaces, eth1(local, internal range and eth0 external, static ip. I wish to set up nat forwarding for the internal network but allow them to only connect to an external server 209.60.x.x and reject connections to all other external ips. How do i only allow forwarding/nat to ip 209.60.x.x ? (HowTos)

UDP... how are connections differentiated from behind NAT routers?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have a very simple UDP chat server written in PHP, running on a Ubuntu VPS. It seems to be working, but only as long as there is no more than one client per site, The information I know how to extract is the sender I.P., the sender port, and the message... To the point: What methods might I use to differentiate between multiple clients behind NAT routers? (HowTos)