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Re: [Qemu-devel] w2000 host networking question

From: Jim C. Brown
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] w2000 host networking question
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2004 17:00:30 -0400
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On Wed, Sep 22, 2004 at 01:49:53PM +0200, J. Mayer wrote:
> Could you please fix your computer system date ?
> Thanks.

This has what to do with the original question???

Wrong computer times (or, I suspect in this case, wrong timezone setting)
are annoying but not worth spamming the mailing list. It's better to reply to
this in private.

The person you replied to wrote on Thu, 23 Sep 2004 09:36:29 GMT - 0400,
and seems to be in australia.
You replied on Wed, 22 Sep 2004 13:49:53 GMT + 0200 and seem to be in france.)

> -- 
> J. Mayer <address@hidden>
> Never organized


On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 at 09:36:29 -0400, Kim Adil wrote:
> I have searched the docs and do not believe the answer is available,
> forgive me if it is there somewhere. I am using the windows port of qemu
> on a w2k host (using "-user-net"). I have installed  knoppix as a guest
> and it works well. I am able to ping the host and use "smbclient -L
> <host ip> -W <domain> -U <username>" and it reports the available shares
> on the host, but smbmount will not connect. I have not applied any
> patches, but the network appears to be working. I cannot ping any other
> hosts on the switch though. Can someone explain if it is possilbe to
> have the guest pc virtually on the lan with the windows host yet. Also
> is there any binaries available with patches applied?
> Thanks,
> Kim

Bochs can do this. It uses winpcap, which in turn edits raw packets in the
ethernet driver. Someone (I don't remember who) said this was possible for qemu
to do, but I have never seen any code for qemu to do this. So my conclusion is
still no. (I would love to be proved wrong.) BTW this question was answered
before on this list and you can find it if you search the mailing list archive.

If you mean to have -user-net put the guest pc on the host lan, that is not
possible, since user-net works via translating ethernet packets on the guest to
socket calls on the host.

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