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Re: [Health] next meeting: Wednesday, 16 June 16:00 (WAT/Nigeria) (17:00
Re: [Health] next meeting: Wednesday, 16 June 16:00 (WAT/Nigeria) (17:00 CEST/Austria / CAT / UTC+2)
Wed, 16 Jun 2021 13:31:52 +0200
Am Mittwoch, 16. Juni 2021, 12:26:29 CEST schrieb Yusif Suleiman:
> Hello Axel, Edgar & All,
> 127.0.0.1 is your localhost. If you cant ping it, you have a problem with
> your TCP/IP stack. And it is always the machine you send the ping from.....
> >Yes, I can always ping 127.0.0.1. seem no problem with TCP/IP stack.
> >The virtual machine network settings are on "bridged network".
> For the sake of convenience, use DHCP as configuration method within your
> guest. From NetworkManager -> Connection ->Details you can see which
> IP-Address is assigned to your guest system.
> > I change the Static IP to DHCP as you suggested. But I can only ping the
> > DHCP IP (192.168.88.34) when the windows computer (host machine) is
> > connected to my router. see attached images, it includes previously
> > static settings: https://paste.opensuse.org/61153366
> I assume without connecting to external router, the windows host machine can
> connect to the VM (Linux) system.
> Any Idea is welcome, please.
From my limited understanding of networking this is expected behaviour:
You W* machine gets an IP address and gateway information from the router
In most cases (home use) the gateway is the router, 192.168.88.1 (this is just
Gateway means: All traffic to me, I care about the rest (simplified view)
So, if your host is not connected to the gateway....how should he find a
different machine? In the first glance, your host does not know that the
Virtual machine is on the same box. (And if the host is not connected, how
should the guest get a network address)
I have seen from your pics that your static network address was in a different
subnet as well - that will not work w/o routing.
Try 192.168.88.253 as static address, may work
Dr.-Ing. Axel K. Braun
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