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how to connect a VM from one computer to a server on another computer


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#16 jrobe29131

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Posted 29 May 2017 - 06:18 PM

Both the Server VM and Client 2 VM are using that default gateway.

 

Also I switched oldcompVM to NAT and now it's also using the same DHCP server as client2, but still can't connect to the domain or ping the server VM.

 

OldcompVM and Client 2  have different dns servers according to ipconfig

 


 

Based on that information, JasonI5 and the oldcomp's can communicate with each other; external NAT can communicate with client 2, and Internal's traffic doesn't go anywhere. I don't see how traffic on either network can get out onto the Internet; the 192.168.65.x network is using a default gateway at 192.168.65.2, but that computer or router doesn't seem to exist. Which machine is using that IP address?

 

 

Not sure what the Internal NIC is supposed to be pointing to. I see it has an IP address, but that address is on a network that no other computer is using,  the default gateway is essentially point to all possible IP addresses (0.0.0.0) and the DNS is set to point back to the VM itself. That means unless that server has a DNS entry for something, any attempt to communicate through the Internal NIC is going to fail because the server won't know how to route the traffic.

 

Based on that information, JasonI5 and the oldcomp's can communicate with each other; external NAT can communicate with client 2, and Internal's traffic doesn't go anywhere. I don't see how traffic on either network can get out onto the Internet; the 192.168.65.x network is using a default gateway at 192.168.65.2, but that computer or router doesn't seem to exist. Which machine is using that IP address?

 

 

Not sure what the Internal NIC is supposed to be pointing to. I see it has an IP address, but that address is on a network that no other computer is using,  the default gateway is essentially point to all possible IP addresses (0.0.0.0) and the DNS is set to point back to the VM itself. That means unless that server has a DNS entry for something, any attempt to communicate through the Internal NIC is going to fail because the server won't know how to route the traffic.

 

Based on that information, JasonI5 and the oldcomp's can communicate with each other; external NAT can communicate with client 2, and Internal's traffic doesn't go anywhere. I don't see how traffic on either network can get out onto the Internet; the 192.168.65.x network is using a default gateway at 192.168.65.2, but that computer or router doesn't seem to exist. Which machine is using that IP address?

 

Edited by jrobe29131, 29 May 2017 - 06:33 PM.


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Posted 30 May 2017 - 06:40 AM

 

Both the Server VM and Client 2 VM are using that default gateway.

 

 

 

OK, but what device is using that IP address that is configured to be the default gateway? I don't see it listed in the information you provided. 






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