[vbox-dev] [PATCH] UDPTunnel : new network interface backend to allow using this to link to GNS3 and QEMU instances over the network

Perry Halbert phalbert at cox.net
Wed May 11 15:23:46 GMT 2011

Not true.  The regular end user has NAT, Bridged, Host-Only, VDE (linux 
host only), & Internal and as such are configurable via VBoxManage.

So I want to use GNS3 on my Windows 7 and I install VirtualBox from 
VirtualBox.org.  Since I am not compiling this, how do I activate the 
UDP protocol?

All I am saying is think this stuff through.  Make certain that it is 
right before you make it available.

On 05/11/2011 10:03 AM, Alexey Eromenko wrote:
> On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 5:59 PM, Perry Halbert<phalbert at cox.net>  wrote:
>> What about the regular end user that runs a pre-compiled version.
>> They will not be able to turn this off and on unless you provide something
>> in VBoxManage, and if so should be disabled by default.
> Regular user is supposed to work with default config, which means NAT,
> and not touch settings. NAT works great !
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