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I am currently working on QoS router functions using iptables and tc on Linux. I would like to use virtualbox to simulate a computer plug on my router (The router would be the host)

Physically, I have the eth0 interface to the WAN and I would like to create a virtual interface eth1 where is plug my virtual machine (Virtual Machine having IP and eth1 having IP

Like this I can use tc and iptables to try my QoS router function.

Could you help me to configure this M

Thank you.

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The virtual machine is using Zenwalk-Core and the host is using Ubuntu 9.04 – Natim Oct 21 '09 at 2:13
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