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'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 have virtualbox running on a Windows 2008 server, with a guest running ubuntu 10.04. The ubuntu guest is given a static IP of 192.168.1.4, which also has openssh installed. The guest has bridged network setup, I can ping 192.168.1.4 from any machine in the LAN, the ubuntu guest can also access the LAN. However, when I try to PuTTY into the ubuntu machine, I always get "connection refused".
I am running VirtualBox 3.2.8_OSE r64453 on Lubuntu 10.10, running an Ubuntu Server 12.04 install, and wish to allow communication from host to guest, as well as guest to network. However, while the guest can communicate with the host, that is as far as communications go. I have the guest set up with two adapters; one NAT, and one Bridged (tried Host-Only as well), but to no avail.
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.