I am using a Windows XP Host OS top of which I have VirtualBox running a Linux Guest OS:
CentOS Linux release 6.0 (Final)
Kernel \r on an \m
I have turned off Firewalls on both the systems and am able to ping each other. So far okay.
I have a Wireless Broad-Band connection (Internet Data Card) that I use to access the Internet on the Host OS Windows XP. However, I am not able to access the Internet or open any website inside the Guest OS Linux. When I access my website that is running on Windows IIS, it works fine. But, then, why am I not able to open any other website from the Internet?
That is the problem.
Earlier I was using RHEL 5 and Fedora and Internet would fine without doing any configuration.
I just checked under Linux:
Systems -> Preferences -> Network Connections
but could not get it. There is a Tab for Wireless device/connection but I am not sure what to type in:
SSID, BSSID, MAC Address, Cloned MAC Address,
etc. as those pieces of information is not available with me or not known to me to obtain them from somewhere/some file.