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CentOS host with VirtualBox.
Virtual Machine "Endian" with bridge host adapter to my physical eth1 interface.
First of all : does Endian have a GUI during install ? Because I had a text-based installation where I had to chose my language and then type the IP-address of the green interface. That's all I was prompted for...
After a reboot I should be able to login to the webinterface @ the IP-address I gave the green interface (192.168.3.1), but when I ping this IP-address the host is unreachable.
When I login to the shell on my Endian Virtual Machine (I have the options 1)shell / 2)Factory Defaults / 3)Reboot) with the default root - endian credentials, and I execute the ifconfig-command I see that the br0-interface has the IP-address of the green interface (192.168.3.1).
My Endian virtual machine is like a physical server on my network (hence the bridge adapter).
The physical NIC is connected to a router.
My host OS (CentOS) received the IP-address 192.168.3.179 via DHCP.
My guest OS (Endian) has the IP 192.168.3.1 manually set.
I try to enter the webinterface from my Acer laptop (192.168.3.169) but am unsuccessful. Also a ping says 'host unreachable'.
The firewall on my host (CentOS) is disabled for the moment.
Why can't I talk to my virtual machine from another client on my network ??