VirtualBox works fine, but I am unable to get the guest (Slitaz) to see the network. Have tried changing between bridged/NAT, no joy. VirtualBox 3.1. Any suggestions welcome.
on 12/02/2009 – Made popular on 12/02/2009
I have problem with connection between GUEST -> HOST.
I'm using VirtualBox as VM where I install Linux Mint 15. I set-up Bridged mode in Network settings. Everything works fine but when i try ping host it doesn't work. When i ping guest works fine.
I'm trying to connect my Virtualbox (Ubuntu 13.10 - Server as Guest) via bridged network to my Linux Mint 15 Host. Unfortunately I have to use WLAN on my Host (WPA PEAP). According to my research it should be usable when I switch to the Intel PRO/1000 MT Server (82545EM).
I am running the latest virtualbox (PUEL) on a 13.10 host with XP pro Guest. I have guest additions installed, and it seems to work fine except for the network speed. Downloading anything on the internet is very slow.
Googling this problem returns the advice to change the virtual network card to another type.
I'm trying to setup a development server on my computer using Ubuntu 11.10 \n \l (Desktop, 64bit AMD) and VirtualBox 4.1.8r. I have installed the Guest Addtitions from the VirtualBox "Devices" > "Install Guest Additions" menu. The installation went smoothly, and I was able to connect to the internet using the default NAT network setup.
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 am comfortable using virtualbox managed with phpvirtualbox on a 12.04 headless server but the latest version of zentyal appears to have issues with the samba module when run as a guest OS in VB. I have considered ESXi but there is no web based or linux based GUI for management plus nic bonding and APC UPS management looked problematic.