internet on vmware sun solaris 10 with xp

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Solaris 10
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Hi I am completely New in Solaris. I have installed solaris 10 on vmware with xp. I want to connect internet on solaris. It showing the lo0 NIC card on task bar. if some one can explain step by stey how i can connect internet. I have wireless and lan internet connection as well on xp. I have a laptop toshiba pantium. hussain
ASKED: January 12, 2008  9:30 PM
UPDATED: January 28, 2008  10:04 PM

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Hi,

I noticed you didn’t have any answers, so I took the liberty to ask one of our experts over at SearchServerVirtualization.com. He responded:

> If your Solaris OS inside the VM sees the NIC, then simply follow the
> instructions from Sun’s website on how to configure a network
> connection using the Solaris desktop GUI.

Hope that helps!

Best,
Hannah Drake
Associate Editor
SearchServerVirtualization.com
SearchVMware.com

Don’t forget-you can always <a href=”http://searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com/expert/Knowledgebase/0,289622,sid94,00.html”>ask questions over at Ask the Expert.</a>

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