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 have a VirtualBox machine running CentOS 6.5. I've created 2 network adapters for it in VirtualBox's networking settings for the machine. The first is NAT which I want the guest to use to connect to the Internet and the second I set to Host-only which I will use to SSH and access web server from the host computer.
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 installed Ubuntu 13.10 server (64-bit) in a VirtualBox 4.3.6 VM (Windows host) with one NAT adapter assigned. The only non-default software selected during installation was OpenSSH. So far so good... I could ping the world and the address is 10.0.2.15 as would be expected (per ifconfig the NAT adapter is eth0 at this point).
I want to access the VM via the host without any port-mapping.
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 use Oracle VM VirtualBox to run a web server on my machine. I had it set up and working perfectly for a while. For the past few months it's been prompting me to update, and I finally gave in and ran the latest update (4.3.6). And...