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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #18173, comment 3


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12/08/2018 08:10:08 PM (9 months ago)
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  • Ticket #18173, comment 3

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    77[There are details in the associated forum report related discussion - however I will bullet point here - Network NICs are both set with 192.168.1.n , Class B (I also used Class C)]: 
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    9 1: Laptop has Ethernet NIC wired RJ45 and WIFI. 
    10 2: Network 1 - Bridged to Ethernet NIC. 
    11 3: Network 2 - Bridged to WIFI. 
    12 4: In the 'GUEST OS' for Network 1 Adapter :  WIN10 > Network Properties > Ethernet NIC 1 > Configure > Advanced > Locally Administered Address - set the MAC Address. 
     91. Laptop has Ethernet NIC wired RJ45 and WIFI. 
     102. Network 1 - Bridged to Ethernet NIC. 
     113. Network 2 - Bridged to WIFI. 
     124. In the 'GUEST OS' for Network 1 Adapter :  WIN10 > Network Properties > Ethernet NIC 1 > Configure > Advanced > Locally Administered Address - set the MAC Address. 
    1313 
    1414At this point you can '''not''' ping the host, and the host can '''not''' ping the guest. 
     
    1818Change the Assignment of what adapter is bridged by which network: 
    1919Networking >  
    20 1: Assign Network 1 to BRIDGE the WIFI, (was bridged to the LAN adapter) 
    21 2: Assign Network 2 to Bridge the LAN-RJ45 wired NIC.(was bridged to the WIFI) 
    22 3: Restart the GUEST.  
    23 4: In the Guest OS  WIN10 > Network Properties > Ethernet NIC 1(Network 1) > Disable. 
     201. Assign Network 1 to BRIDGE the WIFI, (was bridged to the LAN adapter) 
     212. Assign Network 2 to Bridge the LAN-RJ45 wired NIC.(was bridged to the WIFI) 
     223. Restart the GUEST.  
     234. In the Guest OS  WIN10 > Network Properties > Ethernet NIC 1(Network 1) > Disable. 
    2424 
    2525At this point I was able to ping the Host and the Host was able to ping the Guest - all worked as expected. 
     
    3434I am using one MAC address locally administered in the GUEST OS for one Network only. The other is purely managed by Virtual Box. 
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    36 If I instead administer my MAC address in the VirtualBox settings dialog and leave the GUEST OS Configure > Advanced > Locally Administered Address as NOT Present [BLANK] - then Virtual Box will assign the MAC address and this does allow the GUEST OS to work properly - but from the standpoint of it being virtual - I should be able to administer that MAC address in the Image. 
     36If I instead administer my MAC address in the !VirtualBox settings dialog and leave the GUEST OS Configure > Advanced > Locally Administered Address as NOT Present [BLANK] - then Virtual Box will assign the MAC address and this does allow the GUEST OS to work properly - but from the standpoint of it being virtual - I should be able to administer that MAC address in the Image. 
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