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If you run a Linux VM on a Windows 2008 server, can you redirect http traffic to the Linux VM guest through the Windows Server?

Here's what I'm imagining:
Windows Server 2008 64 bit
--> Guest Oracle VM/Linux 64-bit server running Websphere 10.3.2

The Linux Guest would be NAT'd (versus bridged) in this scenario. Is it possible from the Windows 2008 host to forward traffic to the guest on specific ports?

In this scenario I'm thinking that the GC 11.1 and Websphere components could all run in the 64-bit VM and all be self-contained in a nice, neat, easily transportable (virtual machine) bundle.

Thoughts? (Criticisms/Concerns?)

Chris Taylor
Sr. Oracle DBA
Ingram Barge Company
Nashville, TN 37205
Office: 615-517-3355
Cell: 615-663-1673
Email: chris.taylor_at_ingrambarge.com

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  • Anonymous at Apr 19, 2011 at 6:08 am
    I'm not sure I got your point, but if you are only confusing about how
    to do port forwarding with NAT in VM, I think the HELP content in
    every VM product will mention it.

    For example, if you are using Oracle VirtualBox, you can find "6.3.1.
    Configuring port forwarding with NAT" as below:
    http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch06.html#natforward

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    On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 2:33 AM, Taylor, Chris David
    wrote:
    If you run a Linux VM on a Windows 2008 server, can you redirect http
    traffic to the Linux VM guest through the Windows Server?



    Here’s what I’m imagining:

    Windows Server 2008 64 bit

    --> Guest Oracle VM/Linux 64-bit server running Websphere 10.3.2



    The Linux Guest would be NAT’d (versus bridged) in this scenario.  Is it
    possible from the Windows 2008 host to forward traffic to the guest on
    specific ports?



    In this scenario I’m thinking that the GC 11.1 and Websphere components
    could all run in the 64-bit VM and all be self-contained in a nice, neat,
    easily transportable (virtual machine) bundle.



    Thoughts? (Criticisms/Concerns?)



    Chris Taylor

    Sr. Oracle DBA

    Ingram Barge Company

    Nashville, TN 37205

    Office: 615-517-3355

    Cell: 615-663-1673

    Email: chris.taylor_at_ingrambarge.com



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  • Taylor, Chris David at Apr 19, 2011 at 11:47 am
    Thanks Leyi & Niall for the input. That's what I was looking for.

    Chris Taylor
    Sr. Oracle DBA
    Ingram Barge Company
    Nashville, TN 37205
    Office: 615-517-3355
    Cell: 615-663-1673
    Email: chris.taylor_at_ingrambarge.com

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    -----Original Message-----
    From: Leyi Zhang (Kamus)
    Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2011 1:08 AM
    To: Taylor, Chris David
    Cc: oracle-l@freelists.org
    Subject: Re: I'm brainstorming for a solution and need some input

    I'm not sure I got your point, but if you are only confusing about how to do port forwarding with NAT in VM, I think the HELP content in every VM product will mention it.

    For example, if you are using Oracle VirtualBox, you can find "6.3.1.
    Configuring port forwarding with NAT" as below:
    http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch06.html#natforward

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    On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 2:33 AM, Taylor, Chris David wrote:
    If you run a Linux VM on a Windows 2008 server, can you redirect http
    traffic to the Linux VM guest through the Windows Server?



    Here's what I'm imagining:

    Windows Server 2008 64 bit

    --> Guest Oracle VM/Linux 64-bit server running Websphere 10.3.2



    The Linux Guest would be NAT'd (versus bridged) in this scenario.  Is
    it possible from the Windows 2008 host to forward traffic to the guest
    on specific ports?



    In this scenario I'm thinking that the GC 11.1 and Websphere
    components could all run in the 64-bit VM and all be self-contained in
    a nice, neat, easily transportable (virtual machine) bundle.



    Thoughts? (Criticisms/Concerns?)



    Chris Taylor

    Sr. Oracle DBA

    Ingram Barge Company

    Nashville, TN 37205

    Office: 615-517-3355

    Cell: 615-663-1673

    Email: chris.taylor_at_ingrambarge.com



    CONFIDENTIALITY NOTICE: This e-mail and any attachments are
    confidential and may also be privileged. If you are not the named
    recipient, please notify the sender immediately and delete the
    contents of this message without disclosing the contents to anyone,
    using them for any purpose, or storing or copying the information on any medium.
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  • Niall Litchfield at Apr 19, 2011 at 8:29 am
    Yes that's perfectly possible, details will vary by virtualisation product.
    For VMWare server there is a section in the users guide at
    http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vmserver2.pdf on advanced NAT configuration that
    covers exactly this.

    On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 7:33 PM, Taylor, Chris David <
    ChrisDavid.Taylor_at_ingrambarge.com> wrote:
    If you run a Linux VM on a Windows 2008 server, can you redirect http
    traffic to the Linux VM guest through the Windows Server?



    Here�s what I�m imagining:

    Windows Server 2008 64 bit

    --> Guest Oracle VM/Linux 64-bit server running Websphere 10.3.2



    The Linux Guest would be NAT�d (versus bridged) in this scenario. Is it
    possible from the Windows 2008 host to forward traffic to the guest on
    specific ports?



    In this scenario I�m thinking that the GC 11.1 and Websphere components
    could all run in the 64-bit VM and all be self-contained in a nice, neat,
    easily transportable (virtual machine) bundle.



    Thoughts? (Criticisms/Concerns?)



    *Chris Taylor*

    *Sr. Oracle DBA*

    Ingram Barge Company

    Nashville, TN 37205

    Office: 615-517-3355

    Cell: 615-663-1673

    Email: chris.taylor_at_ingrambarge.com



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    and may also be privileged. If you are not the named recipient, please
    notify the sender immediately and delete the contents of this message
    without disclosing the contents to anyone, using them for any purpose, or
    storing or copying the information on any medium.*

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