On first glance, the setting that identifies the gateway of your TAP
adapter as "220.127.116.11" instead of 192.168.1.1 is probably a problem.
I have been looking at the messages over the past few weeks. I hate to
sound insensitive or rude, but there seems to be a general misconception
that errors/problems under CoLinux are somehow *specific to CoLinux* and
are not at all distribution specific or general networking problems.
(Yes, I realize there are a few quirks that only affect linux under
This being said, PEOPLE, PLEASE LEARN HOW TO USE LINUX (and Windows)
first, and learn how a network works before attempting to run Linux with
CoLinux under Windows.
If the bundled Linux distro from the CoLinux installer isn't one you are
used to, then either learn it or run CoLinux with a distro that you know
about. (Different distros put config files in different places or have
very different sets of "default" settings).
Between Linux, Windows, and general networking concepts, ignorance in
any one will likely cause failure/unsucess. Such failure is not likely to
be uniquely related to colinux.
Sorry to rant, but I feel someone should have said this a long time ago.