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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #2993


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01/08/09 16:42:28 (5 years ago)
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  • Ticket #2993 – Description

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    11Please support PPTP and other vpn's in the client.  looking for options like 
    2 1. host is not on vpn - guest (windows/linux) can open its own vpn to a server while on a NAT or Host interface networking (gets its own IP) 
    3 2. host is on vpn - guest automatically uses the vpn the host is on 
    4   - this works in vmware 
     2 1. host is not on vpn - guest (windows/linux) can open its own vpn to a server while on a NAT or Host interface networking (gets its own IP) 
     3 2. host is on vpn - guest automatically uses the vpn the host is on -- this works in vmware 
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    65A big business driver for this is the case where I have developers that are remote and need to access the internal network from a "canned" "turnkey" development environment provide by an virtual machine image (windows and linux are in use - ie: would be the guest) generally on a windows host however linux hosts are possible. 
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    8 * not really sure if this should be a defect or enhancement.  In either case it is desirable and also shows up in: 
     7I'm not really sure if this should be a defect or enhancement.  In either case it is desirable and also shows up in: 
     8  * http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/1830 
     9  * http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/1756 
     10  * http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/360 
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    10 http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/1830 
    11 http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/1756 
    12 http://www.virtualbox.org/ticket/360 
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    14 * note the manual - section 6 - says that the GRE will not work on a NAT interface... It also does not work on host interface networking (which would be a work around for now...) NAT is needed because there are times the remote folks are using a wireless PHONE card which will only provide a single IP via dhcp. 
     12Note the manual - section 6 - says that the GRE will not work on a NAT interface... It also does not work on host interface networking (which would be a work around for now...) NAT is needed because there are times the remote folks are using a wireless PHONE card which will only provide a single IP via dhcp. 

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