I am writing an XMPP C# client (on a guest machine running Windows). In an example I have seen, the hostname/domain is example.com.
In the host machine, the domain is the name of the (my) server (pc). In Pidgin on the host machine, this works for the domain to be entered. In the guest OS, pc is the domain, but I also have to go through advanced settings and write in my host IP address. How would this be coded in?
Thanks for your time. This is probably a basic question but I haven't been able to find an answer in hours