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I don't usually use NAT (VMware+RHEL5.5). I prefer either "Host only" or "Bridged" connection. That's the easiest way out.
However, if you prefer NAT over those, I would recommend you look into Edit->Virtual Network Editor and Edit the "Subnet/IP" and "Subnet mask" fields, so they will fit your Ubuntu network preferences.
From your message I presume you have EPICS base installed on the host system (win64). I would first test everything under Windows - create an example application, run it and caget/caput/camonitor from a different command shell.
Then try to ping your virtual machine from Windows and vice versa - both system should see each other. You might as well set the EPICS_CA_AUTO_ADDR_LIST=no and EPICS_CA_ADDR_LIST=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx environmental variables on your Windows machine, where xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is the ip-address of your Ubuntu machine.
Or if your Ubuntu is your client then you should make everything the other way around.
On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 12:31 PM, Mogamad Amien Crombie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Pavel Maslov, MS
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Efremov Institute for Electro-Physical Apparatus
St. Petersburg, Russia
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