Hi there,Have setup a CentOS 6.3 KVM server (host) but my guest (same distro) can't access the internet.The host can ping the guest, other servers on the LAN and 8.8.8.... [by JackStone]
on 01/11/2013 – Made popular on 01/11/2013
Hi there. I have a strange problem here. I've set up ubuntu server 10.04 x64 with kvm and bridged networking and installed win server 2008 as a guest os. The guest os has full access to the network including lan/wan but the host os can only reach my lan and not the wan.
I have a problem with guess host use Bridged Network on VMWare. I install the guest OS CentOS (192.168.1.37 )on host Windows XP SP2 (192.168.1.33), I try to use bridged-connection so the guess can appears as an additional server on the same physical Ethernet network as my host. My problem is:
I have a lab setup in which the guest OS uses postfix as an MTA. Now my host is connected to a Terminal server which for now is on LAN (A lab). Guest has different servers which are needed for authentication, authorization, communication, scheduling...The only thing can't work is MTA because guest is bridged to LAN card.
Hello, CentOS community. I need your help on setting up host-guest bridge. I cant get guest accessable from the LAN. Host can ping guest, guest can ping host, but either gust cant ping LAN, or LAN ... [by k8neo]
I have virtualbox 4.1 on a ubuntu 12.04 host. On my host I have a virtual interface eth0:1 configurend as 10.0.1.1. I have a few virtual machines using bridged adapters, configured in the 10.0.1.0 net which I can reach (ping, ssh, ...) from my host via the virtual interface.
Now I installed an ubuntu server 12.04 in a virtual box, again using bridged adapter, but I can not reach that host.
I'm running VirtualBox 4.2.4 on a Windows 7 x64 host. I installed a Xubuntu guest system. The VM has network access through NAT. VirtualBox is configured to act as DHCP server (setup by default) and listens on 192.168.56.100.