The Network page contains settings related to the emulated machine’s network connectivity.
Network emulation mode to use. See Networking for more information on these.
None: disable networking.
PCap: connects directly to a host network adapter. Similar to the Bridge mode on other emulators and virtualizers.
SLiRP: creates a private network with a virtual router. Similar to the NAT mode on other emulators and virtualizers.
Host network adapter to use for PCap mode. If no adapters appear on this list, make sure that:
A WinPcap-compatible driver is installed;
The installed driver is compatible with your version of Windows;
At least one compatible (wired) network adapter is present.
Network card to emulate. Only cards supported by the machine’s expansion buses will be listed.
The Configure button opens a new window with settings specific to the selected network card, such as the I/O port and IRQ for ISA cards.
The [LPT] Parallel Port Internet Protocol network adapter requires a PLIP Network device to be attached to a parallel port.