|From:||Saddic, Rick (ES)|
|Subject:||[Qemu-discuss] OS/2 v2.11 networking issue|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Nov 2014 17:39:18 +0000|
We need to virtualize the subject operating system. We have been unsuccessful using Virtualbox. However, a note on the Virtualbox discussion board said that they heard that Qemu had some success with virtualizing OS/2. If so, can you help me. The following is an excerpt of the problem we are currently facing with VirtualBox. I am hopeful that someone can report that they have overcome the networking issue with Qemu. Please respond if you have done so. Thank you.
On the unclassified Windows XP computer, I simplified the setup. I ran the OS/2 VM as an internal-network only, no bridge nor NAT. I set the XP host IP address to 192.168.0.111, and set the OS/2 VM address to 192.168.0.222.
I then ran Wireshark on XP computer to sniff everything on the internal network (i.e., all 192.168.0.x traffic). When I initiated a ping from OS/2 to XP, I can see the ARP broadcast "Who is 192.168.0.111? Tell 192.168.0.222.", as well as confirming the MAC
within the ARP matched what I gave to OS/2. XP then replied with the correct ARP resolution.
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