I am going to attend one seminar where I need to bring laptop with installed Virtualbox and Windows 7 running inside it. My laptop is too old to handle Virtualbox with Windows 7 and native Linux system together. So I was assuming to install Virtualbox on my (far newer) desktop PC and use some routing magic so Virtualbox will be accessible as it was connected to network where my laptop physically is. Is this possible? In general my question is: Is possible to install Virtualbox on PC1 and with some magic ensure that Virtualbox installed on PC1 will be able to access PC2 physical network? I guess something might be possible via some TUN/TAP, iptables, ssh etc. hacking but I do not know how exactly.
OS: Debian 7