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Connecting Backtrack4 to the internet

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Running MAC OS 10 and using VMware Fusion how do I get internet access in Backtrack4?

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Hi,

For the network settings of the Virtual Machine, select NAT. This will enable the guest OS to use the same IP as your host OS and you will be able to access Internet once you connect MAC to the Internet. But remember with this setup, you cannot access Guest OS outside of the MAC machine.

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Thanks. That really help I had it set to bridged.
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You should close the question if you are satisfied.
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