So I've been scouring the Internet for the fundamentals of virtual networking and it's just a little bit above my comprehension level. Because of this, I thought I'd ask those who are proficient in networking here on BHW for a solution to what I'm trying to accomplish through virtual networking. So I have a virtual machine within my Windows OS (It's running on VirtualBox, VM OS is also Windows) and what I want to be able to do is set up the VM as a sever with it's own IP. Specifically, I want, from other computers in my LAN, to be able to access the virtual machine as a distinct entity from my host computer, with a unique IP address. Right now, I can access the VM on the host computer as a separate IP address, but not on the LAN as a separate IP address. Is there any way that I can give my VM it's own unique IP on my LAN, or at least forward a port on the host machine directly to the VM? I'll provide clarification if needed. Thanks to any and all that are willing to help! My networking skills suck.