I'm running a Fedora 17 desktop system that I've decided to put an OEL 6 virtual machine on. I built the VM first with virtual network NAT the default but discovered that only the host could communicate with it. After reading the available documentation (which I probably should have done first) I found that I needed to use a bridged network on the host so the VM would be available on my LAN.
Is there a way of wireless networking without using the Gnome NetworkManager Applet? I want to connect to the Internet using a USB 3G modem and connect to wifi without knowing all of the details of every network.
GUESTS networking not working at all, have br0 bridge already created, also
brctl show does show that vnet0 was properly added by KVM to br0 on guest startup....
but guest can not ping host or lan gateway...
ip_forward is set to 1
iptables is off and not even installed which should not be needed since I just need the GUESTS
to have direct access to the router/lan through the bridged br0
I have thi
I'm trying the new openSUSE 11.3 and I got a problem:
vmware workstation bridged networking (vmnet0) doesn't work with the wifi connetion (wlan0) both with linux and windows guest vm; if I use a wired connection (eth0) all work fine; with vmware nat networking (vmnet8) everything is ok both with eth0 and wlan0.
I don't usually ask questions like this, but I've been banging my head against this one for a couple of days now:
HOST: Ubuntu 13.04 Server, Virtualbox Version 4.2.10_Ubuntu
GUEST: Ubuntu 13.04 server also.
eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:01:c0:0b:c8:7d
inet addr:192.168.2.220 Bcast:192.168.2.2