Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of doc/TorBOX/VMware


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    11[[TOC]]
    2 [https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorBOX TorBOX Homepage]
     2[https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/TorBOX aos Homepage]
    33
    44'''This is a draft/scratchpad, NOT a usable tutorial!
    55Uncompleted and heavily outdated.
    66
    7 = TorBOX.ova's imported into VMware =
    8 [http://utup22qsb6ebeejs.onion/?x=entry:entry120401-121133 Recent test results using TorBOX/Download.] [[BR]]
     7= aos.ova's imported into VMware =
     8[http://utup22qsb6ebeejs.onion/?x=entry:entry120401-121133 Recent test results using aos/Download.] [[BR]]
    99'''Not recommend!
    1010
    1111= manual configuration =
    12 == TorBOX with VMware instead of VirtualBox ==
     12== aos with VMware instead of VirtualBox ==
    1313Tested using VMware Workstation 8.
    1414
     
    2222 * Do not install VMware Tools or open-vm-tools (comfort vs. security)
    2323
    24 == TorBOX-Workstation ==
     24== aos-Workstation ==
    2525 * Connect the virtual network adapter to custom.  This is important! No host-only, no NAT, no bridging! I used VMnet9 virtual network, as it wasn't used by anything else.
    26  * Verify you CANNOT ping any external hosts.  Verify that the TorBOX-Workstation is isolated from the network and the Internet.
     26 * Verify you CANNOT ping any external hosts.  Verify that the aos-Workstation is isolated from the network and the Internet.
    2727
    28 The important part is to setup a fixed IP for the virtual LAN network card and to use the same subnet like the TorBOX-Gateway for VMnet9. Type 'nano /etc/network/interfaces'
     28The important part is to setup a fixed IP for the virtual LAN network card and to use the same subnet like the aos-Gateway for VMnet9. Type 'nano /etc/network/interfaces'
    2929
    3030{{{
     
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    50 More configuration is required for the TorBOX-Gateway server. Add three? virtual network cards before you install.
     50More configuration is required for the aos-Gateway server. Add three? virtual network cards before you install.
    5151 * first one (will be called eth0 in linux): NAT
    5252 * second one (will be eth1 in linux): Custom VMnet9 (No host-only, no NAT, no bridging!).
    5353
    54 == TorBOX-Gateway ==
     54== aos-Gateway ==
    5555'''eth0 configuration notes:'''
    5656for 'address': Go to VMware Workstation -> Edit -> Virtual Network Editor -> click on
     
    9595# - vmnet9 -
    9696#
    97 # This device will only communicate with the TorBOX-Workstation.
     97# This device will only communicate with the aos-Workstation.
    9898#
    9999#Enter this configuration:
     
    104104}}}
    105105
    106 One might wish to access the TorBOX-Workstation through SSH. Therefore he could add a second network adapter with [http://www.vmware.com/support/ws55/doc/ws_net_configurations_hostonly.html Host-Only Networking]. Beware
     106One might wish to access the aos-Workstation through SSH. Therefore he could add a second network adapter with [http://www.vmware.com/support/ws55/doc/ws_net_configurations_hostonly.html Host-Only Networking]. Beware
    107107{{{
    108108If you install the proper routing or proxy software on your host computer, you can establish a connection between the host virtual Ethernet adapter and a physical network adapter on the host computer. This allows you, for example, to connect the virtual machine to a Token Ring or other non-Ethernet network.