Hello,I have installed Centos 6 in a VirtualBox VM running on Windows 7.I have created a host-only network adapter (eth3) to be able to view html pages displayed by httpd, u... [by Philroc]
on 07/11/2012 – Made popular on 07/11/2012
I am running two VM instances of RHEL/CentOS on my VirtualBox instance running on host Windows 7. The problem is when I am executing VBoxManage list vms -l | more and then sunsequently VBoxManage guestproperty get <uuid> "/VirtualBox/GuestInfo/Net/0/V4/IP", I can see the same IP for both the VMs.
I am running two VM instances of RHEL/CentOS on my VirtualBox instance running on host Windows 7. The problem is when I am executing `VBoxManage list vms -l | more` and then sunsequently `VBoxManage guestproperty get <uuid> "/VirtualBox/GuestInfo/Net/0/V4/IP"`, I can see the same IP for both the VMs.
For example, I have a linux distribution installed in Virtual Box. I want it to have a virtual adapter with its own IP, without having a network created between my host machine and my virtual machine. I need my VM to act as a real machine in the wireless network I'm connected to. How can I do this in Virtual Box using the adapter options?
The title sums up the situation and here are the specifics:
website on the guest box is configured correctly in Apache and responds fine in browser on that machine
guest box is set to use bridged adapter mode for network
I've made an entry in my Win7 host file with the IP and domain of the site which I have configured in Apache on the guest CentOS VM
Apache on the guest box responds to a request
I have ubuntu 12.04 installed with virtualbox 4.1.12. I have a windows 7 professional 32-bit virtualmachine with a bridged network adapter inside virtualbox. I've given a static ip to this machine with all ports open on both host and virtual machine (for now) but people outside of my network can't remote into the virtual machine, just the host.