On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 3:42 PM, Ross Cavanagh <ross.cav at gmail.com> wrote: >> I'm just jumping in and may not have read everything, but having the NAT > option will still allow Internet access to the guest if the host is setup > to allow this (which is the default on most virtual hosts as far as I'm > aware). But you may find it harder to access the NAT guest if you're trying > to access it from another system on the same network as the host system. > > You can always setup multiple NIC's on the guest. Now I wonder why I did not think of so simple an idea! Simply put in a multi-port NIC card, Another questions...I put in another network port & I end up with 3 NICs & 3 bridges...One providing Internet access, One providing routing to virtual hosts and one providing route to ltsp network. Now, traffic among these three networks will be routed automatically or do I have to put in some code to enable traffic between these three networks & internet access to the virtual host & ltsp network?