Brendan Simon schrieb:
> Roman Rokytskyy wrote:
>>> The wiki says slirp does not support NAT so you can NOT connect from the
>>> outside world to coLinux. Does that include from the host OS to coLinux?
>>> If it does, then how is it possible for me to connect via VNC to coLinux?
>> You specify the port mapping - port 22 in coLinux is mapped, for example, to
>> port 2022 on your host OS. In your PuTTY you connect to localhost:2022,
>> slirp forwards that to coLinux eth0, port 22. Same should work for VNC -
>> just map the port.
> 1. OK, so the coLinux daemon actually modifies the Windows route tables
> and firewall settings to redirect traffic, correct?
No, colinux does not change route tables or firewall settings
> 2. Or maybe it's simpler than that. Maybe coLinux daemon just listens
> on those ports as a normal service and coLinux daemon forwards traffic
> to coLinuk kernel. If outside machine wants to connect, then WinXP
> firewall settings have to all incoming traffic on the port.
> I'm assuming scenario 2 above is the way SLIRP works. Correct?