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  1. [ubuntu] Re: How To Connect Multiple Virtual Machines Via SSH

    Is there any way to configure the network using commands in the terminal? I don't have access on each VM's virtualbox. :(
  2. [ubuntu] Re: How To Connect Multiple Virtual Machines Via SSH

    Thank you for your answer. I tried to ping all of them and they can send/receive packets. But what I mean by "connect" is to physically connect them using their ethernet. For example, VM1 connect to...
  3. [ubuntu] How To Connect Multiple Virtual Machines Via SSH

    First of all, I am using Windows 7 as a host. Then I install Ubuntu 12.04 Guest under VirtualBox.
    Then I get an access to the other four virtual machines (also Ubuntu 12.04 Guest) via ssh by...
  4. [ubuntu] Re: [virtualbox] Routing Between Two Ubuntu Guests

    Finally it's working

    what I did :
    1. enabling ip forwarding on VM2
    2. adding default gateway on VM1 and VM3
    3. adding route on VM1 to VM2 via adaptor 2, and on VM3 to VM1 via adaptor 2

    Thank...
  5. [ubuntu] Re: [virtualbox] Routing Between Two Ubuntu Guests

    I did, I already added that two interfaces in the VM2, this is the ifconfig of VM2. But still it did not work. Any other suggestion? Thanks



    eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr...
  6. [ubuntu] [virtualbox] Routing Between Two Ubuntu Guests

    Greetings,

    I hope I put this question in correct forum since I am working with Ubuntu in my VirtualBox. I am new in configuring Virtual Machines (VMs), and I have a problem in routing between two...
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