Trouble Accessing OSX Apache Virtual Domains I'm having the same problem as suzerain and lehmkuhl. I use OSX to develop and test several webites locally. I've setup NetInfo Manager so that my test domain names point to my local machine under OSX. This way, for example, www.testdomain1.local, www.testdomain2.local, and www.testdomain3.local all point to 127.0.0.1. Apache is setup to handle these 127.0.0.1virutal hosts by name and read from the correct folder. If I open Safari and enter www.testdomain1.local, I'll see one of my local test web sites, and if I enter www.testdomain2.local I'll se another local test web site. I want to be able to launch Windows 2000 or XP under Parallels Desktop, launch Internet Explorer, type www.testdomain1.local, or www.testdomain2.local, and see the correct local test web site (served by OSX Apache). Does someone know how to do this? I agree with suzerain: many times I'm offline and don't have an IP address, or the IP address of the host OS will vary depending on the network I'm connected to. I tried switching to Host-Only networking, but it didn't work either (no connection to OSX or the Internet). Any help is appreciated.