In one line : is the following possible : Airport <- "OS X bridge" -> vbox-Host-only -> vm's
Virtualbox (3.1.4) setup :
- Host : Mac OS X 10.5
- Guest : Ubuntu Linux
- adapter1 - Bridged (en1: Airport) : To give the vm access to internet and communicate when Airport is connected
- adapter2 - Host-Only (vboxnet0) : To enable host/guest communication when Airport is not connected
I'd like to make it simpler and only keep adapter 2 (host-only) and relying on OS X connection sharing/bridging I thought i could just keep the Host only configuration, and on the host go to internet sharing and select "share from airport" to vboxnet0 . Only to find out that vbox's virtual interface doesn't appear in the interfaces list on OS X preferences.
I know that on a linux host you could install something called bridge-utils and use that to bridge the two insterfaces. Is there any thing like that for Mac ?