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    Default Network Address Translation: NAT, VirtualBox, and Ubuntu 10.10

    I am running Ubuntu 10.10 as a base OS, and I am running multiple virtual machines within VirtualBox. Network Address Translation works in my other VM instance, running Ubuntu, but I'm not able to ping for example google.com in the VM running Backtrack 4 r2.

    Is anyone familiar with this problem? If more clarification is needed, please ask.

    Thanks for taking the time.

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    Default Re: Network Address Translation: NAT, VirtualBox, and Ubuntu 10.10

    Can you explain how you started networking within the BackTrack VM?
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    Default Re: Network Address Translation: NAT, VirtualBox, and Ubuntu 10.10

    Have you started networking?

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