Okay, I am playing around with user mode Linux, and I am having some networking problems.
What I would like: something like VirtualBox's NAT mode. The UML kernel sees one network interface. Some app running under UML sends a packet to Google, the host kernel forwards it through the correct interface on the host. The host receives a packet intended for guest, it forwards it to the guest kernel. Other computers never see the guest; as far as they can tell it's the host.
What all the tutorials seem to be about: setting the guest up with its own IP on a LAN, using a static IP.
It's probably just me being dense, but if there's a way to do the former, I haven't figured it out yet. Can anyone here help me out?
Okay, scratch that. I'll settle for any networking whatsoever, as long as it works with my router's DHCP server, as opposed to requiring a static IP address.