As well as my laptop that dual boots Ubuntu and Backtrack, I also have a reasonable spec PC (with 2 network cards) setup with just Backtrack on and sat on my home network/internet connection.
Have just had a thought that I could run a couple of VM's off my backtrack PC (dam vunerable linux and a poorly patched xp), tie them down to the 2nd network card and connect that to my new WAP so I have something to have a go at when I crack into the WAP.
Bearing in mind that my training WAP is going to be potentially vunerable, whats the best way to secure my backtrack system so I don't allow someone an easy way in.
I plan to put the second network card, vm's and the wap on a class B network address and subnet compared with my class c address for my network but want to do everything else I can to keep the two networks separated on the PC???