VirtualBox: better NAT port forwarding, or classica Bridge ?
ienabellamy at gmail.com
Sun Oct 19 17:33:14 UTC 2008
i'm setting up a ubuntu server as guest in virtualbox. My question is
for the point of view of security and performance is better to configure
the guest OS in virtualbox with:
1) NAT portforwarding as explained in the virtualbox tutorial (with
2) or the classic Bridge ?
another question: if i choose the second choice, is it possible to put
the guest os in DMZ by my router ? so, is it possible for a guest OS be
in a DMZ ?
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