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Setting up coLinux networking on Microsoft Windows (XP or 2000) Edit

See Network#Introduction Refactored into Network#Introduction This part has been refactored into Getting_Started_with_coLinux#Overview



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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT) Edit

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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 1: Install the TAP-Win32 virtual network device Edit

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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 2: Enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) Edit

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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 2 (option B): Install NAT software because Internet Connection Sharing is not available (using in large enterprise) Edit

refactored into Network#LanSuite_Instead_of_ICS

Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 3: Edit your coLinux xml config file Edit

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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 4: Boot coLinux Edit

Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 5: Setup the network interface within Linux. Edit

Refactored into Network#Static_IP_addresss.2C_Debian

Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 6: Set the the IP-address of the DNS of your ISP. Edit

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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Step 7: Activate the config file modifications you've done. Edit

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Setting up Network Address Translation (NAT), Note for Gentoo. Edit

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Setting up native network (Bridged) Edit

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Setting up native network (Bridged), Step 1: Install the windows part Edit

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Setting up native network (Bridged), Step 1: Option 1: native Windows network bridge Edit

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Setting up native network (Bridged), Step 1: Option 2: WinPCAP Edit

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Setting up native network (Bridged), Step 2: Boot coLinux and update the network settings within Linux. Edit

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Setting up native network (Bridged), Step 3: If not using DHCP, update the client DNS setting. Edit

Refactored to Network#DNS_Nameservers

Setting up native network (Bridged), Step 4: Activate the config file modifications you've done. Edit

Refactored to Network#Restarting_an_Interface

Setting up native network (Bridged), On Vmware running Windows XP SP2 Edit

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Troubleshooting Edit

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Miscellaneous suggestions Edit

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Ideas for refactoring this document Edit

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Wiki Pollution (i.e. horribly formatted/categorized/sorted) Edit

Refactored toNetwork#Reorganize_This_Stuff

Brief but useful setup outline tips for Microsoft XP Edit

Refactored to Network#Brief_but_useful_setup_outline_tips_for_Microsoft_XP

Other Links Edit

Refactored to Network#Other_Resources

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