if you have a virtual machine (XP, 2000 or whatever) running, it  
behaves exactly like a physical computer. In other words, your host  
system (Windows on the physical Laptop) and the virtual Windows can  
talk to each other via TCP/IP. Depending on the VMWare machine  
configuration, the virtual machine can have an address in the IP range  
of your physical network (bridged network), use NAT to talk to the  
outside world with the host machine doing the address translation, or  
use a virtual network that talks to the host only. All 3 settings  
allow the virtual and the physical machine (client and host) to talk  
to each other via TCP/IP. I find "bridged" the easiest setting as you  
can use your usual IP address range and need not worry about the  
VMWare virtual networks and their address ranges.
Just out of curiosity: why do you need a 2nd machine at all, is it not  
possible that the emulator talks to the machine it resides on via TCP/ 
IP? I thought it was, but I'm not too familiar with the emulator in a  
Kind regards

Am 20.09.2008 um 00:46AM schrieb elriba75:

> Hi Thomas,
> Thanks for the information. I just downloaded and installed VMWare
> server. If installed fine, even without any complains.
> Now that I have VMWare installed, the next thing to do is to get a
> windows xp or 2000 appliance? Or can I access the emulator from the
> virtual network?
> Best regards,
> Edgard

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