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Networking Modes in VirtualBox Explained

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VirtualBox offers different networking modes. Sometimes it's a little bit confusing to understand what each mode is doing exactly and which mode you should choose.

So this posting is a very quick and good overview of the various networking modes.

For those who wants the virtualized guest OS operating as a full member in a network the Bridged Networkingmode is the way to go.

With this mode each network member can see and access the guest OS.

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