For example someone have installed server with a DHCP on VM connected to a corporate network breaking its operation, so I have IP of that VM, but how to find out IP of its host system ?
on 11/03/2012 – Made popular on 11/03/2012
The network was fine yesterday and as far as I know nothing has been changed or added. This morning some computers are connected to our domain but most of them are reporting limited connectivity. On checking our DHCP server we are getting this message.
I have 2 physical network interfaces on a Esxi 5 host. I have setup the management network with a static(public) IP. The other network interface is plugged into a switch with a DHCP server present. When I create a linux VM, it receives a dhcp assigned IP.
I've already setup a KVM host with proper IP configurations, but my host had me create DHCP and use that to assign the IP's to the machines. I want to see if there's an easier way to do it (or better). Upon my first setting out on this, I didn't find anything that pointed me in the right direction. I'm coming off a fresh install of Debian 6.0 x64, so I have nothing installed.
I am trying to setup a HyperV internal switch for the guest OS on a Windows Server 2012 host. After creating the new Internal Switch through Virtual Switch Manager, I can see the virtual adapter under Network Connections. But, it is listed as an "Unidentified Network".
The host system has only one plugged in NIC which has been configured with static IPs.
I have a Ubuntu 12.04 machine with two interfaces connected (eth0, eth1) to the network. Our network is set up so that a FreeBSD based DHCP server hands out leases and registers the client supplied host names with a DNS server on the same network.
The two interfaces need to have different host names to register both on DNS.