|Subject:||Re: [Health] next meeting: Wednesday, 16 June 16:00 (WAT/Nigeria) (17:00 CEST/Austria / CAT / UTC+2)|
|Date:||Wed, 16 Jun 2021 10:26:29 +0000|
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.
Description: Bridged adapter.png
ping without connection.jpg
Description: ping without connection.jpg
static ethernet overview.png
Description: static ethernet overview.png
Description: static ip.png
tryton with connection.jpg
Description: tryton with connection.jpg
tryton without connection.jpg
Description: tryton without connection.jpg
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