Hi guys, I have Windows 10 (64bit) laptop with virtualbox (32bit) ubuntu server(32bit) wirelessly connected to sagem router. Laptop ip address on our netwrok is 10.0.0.2 and gateway is 10.0.0.138. When i go to tbe router it is detecting the virtualbox server running. ipconfig in windows command says that ethernet adapter virtualbox host only network ip address is 192.168.56.1 I cannot port forward tcp port 80 to the virtualbox ubuntu server...comes up with an invalid ip address error. Also, if i run a wamp on the laptop directly and not use virtualbox (ie bitnami wamp), router port forwards to it and works no problem from internet. Finally, when i first setup virtualbox, it refused to get internet access with adapter set to "bridged" mode. I had to change adapter mode to "nat'...then it got outgoing internet access immediately. so my confusion is this...do i need to simply set the virtual box adapter to "bridged" and port forward only to the laptop ip address from sagem router/modem or, am i doing something else wrong? I feel that perhaps i need to also port forward the "nat" in virtualbox using the current setup? Is this correct? I need a bit of an outline on this setup...its been a while since i have done it at home.