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Hi my name is Craig and i am hosting 3 websites from my house and was wondering how to really network with virtual box in an advanced way i have already set up a vm windows server 2003 machine but i want to set up more behind it as secondary servers or something and im fairly new to vms

also i was needing help with my mysql server stuff too

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well i want to have my host machine running xp pro and have only one nic used but i want virtual machines to all have atleast one physical conn (for ease of redoing network) and i want my server 2003 to be setup as a dhcp server for my physical computers

and mysql is already set up but my forums is not working right forums.modbotix.com to see the problem then maybe you could help better

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well i want to have my host machine running xp pro and have only one nic used but i want virtual machines to all have atleast one physical conn (for ease of redoing network) and i want my server 2003 to be setup as a dhcp server for my physical computers

and mysql is already set up but my forums is not working right forums.modbotix.com to see the problem then maybe you could help better

Simply using bridged virtual adapters has the effect of giving each machine access to the network. Giving each machine a physical adapter is only necessary to improve performance for each machine.

The forum appears to be working, what not right about it?

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