Truck between two guest LOs through a boxing virtual



  • Available:

    • Vbox 1 - XP, proxy server at 127.0.0. 1:9951

    • Vbox 2 - Android

    • Host - Debian

    Target. Give an android axiated traffic from Vbox 1

    How dos it go?

    There's a Vip72 on the CR virtual that gives proxy what to do next?



  • (1) The proxy who listens to the port at 127.*.*.*.* only local machine! The address should be either 0.0.0.0 or one of the physical/virtual interfaces.

    (2) To get the traffic from Android through proxy, and only through proxy, you need to have two interfaces. The first is on the Internet (through NAT, network bridge, etc.). Second is an internal network in VirtualBox terminology. Android has one interface looking in the same internal network.

    To make it happen, in building a virtual car, we create a second interface. We're saying it's an internal network, a mark. Androids do the same thing. We have to put the same mark on. Then we give new interfaces on the proxy and adroide of the address from one subset (only address, lock and DNS should not be available). Proxy should listen to the address of the inside network.

    (3) You can connect Androids to NAT or a network bridge as well as proxy and point proxy in Android structures. But it's possible to leak traffic directly without using proxy. To avoid this, clean up the Android's shut-down locks.


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