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Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #17022


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08/20/2017 04:04:09 PM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #17022 – Description

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    1 When switching between networking modes on a VM, VBoxManage will apparently store the previous modes under the <DisabledModes> tag in the .vbox file.  I recently ran into a situation where the BridgedInterface mode was still being erroneously applied even though it was listed under DisabledModes and caused host-only networking to break (unidirectional connectivity).  This required me to manually edit the .vbox file and remove the BridgeInterface line from DisabledModes. 
     1When switching between networking modes on a VM, VBoxManage will apparently store the previous modes under the `<DisabledModes>` tag in the `.vbox` file.  I recently ran into a situation where the `BridgedInterface` mode was still being erroneously applied even though it was listed under `DisabledModes` and caused host-only networking to break (unidirectional connectivity).  This required me to manually edit the `.vbox` file and remove the `BridgeInterface` line from `DisabledModes`. 
    22 
    33For example, the following prevents all packets from guest -> host: 
    4  
     4{{{ 
    55<Adapter slot="2" enabled="true" MACAddress="0002BC56CB29" cable="true" promiscuousModePolicy="AllowAll" type="virtio"> 
    66  <DisabledModes> 
     
    1111  <HostOnlyInterface name="vboxnet1"/> 
    1212</Adapter> 
     13}}} 
     14Removing the `<BridgedInterface name="tap0"/>` line under `DisabledModes` allows host-only networking to work correctly. 
    1315 
    14 Removing the <BridgedInterface name="tap0"/> line under DisabledModes allows host-only networking to work correctly. 
    15  
    16 It seems some items under DisabledModes are still processed, which sounds like a bug. 
     16It seems some items under `DisabledModes` are still processed, which sounds like a bug. 

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