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Loopback network with Virtual PC 2007.

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Hi.
I need to put to work this tutorial about virtual pc network.

http://www.governmentsecurity.org/archive/t10129.html
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Which part are you having difficulty with? :)
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ok.
i try it and got this:
1. put the loopback adapter into the system. let it get the ip  auto. this is 169.254.25.129 like the tutorial said. With the server down, i change the network adapter for this loopback. no gateway, no dns
2. put the server up. Assign to the network card (intel 21140-based...) to the address 169.254.136.191 as tutorial. no gateway. dns 127.0.0.1
3. all pings works but the services dont. http inside the localhost (server) gives me a 500 error.
4. try to use the fpipe on the host with
fpipe -l 53 -s 53 -r 80 169.254.136.191
5. try to access the system using http://169.254.136.191:53/mysystem

didnt work. the exchange that runs in the virtual windows 2003 stop working. i need to enter in safe mode and reset the windows server ip address to the original.

thx in advance
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