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    I have installed Oracle virtualbox and started it and it displayed the URL.

    But UI is not displaying the URL in the browser, Now how do i troubleshoot?


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    The VM is displaying the URL and the ssh URL as

    But both URL don’t display anything when used.

    Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at

    I tried with IE as well i am getting

    This page can’t be displayed

    •Make sure the web address is correct.

    Cheryle Custer

    Hi JT,

    Please tell us which browser versions you are using. Firefox is not supported and some versions of IE are not compatible. We have tested with Safari and Chrome.

    Also which virtualizaiton platform are you using? If you used VirtualBox, upon import, the default network connections are recommended.


    Hi JT,

    The port 2222 is used for SSH.
    Can you SSH into the sandbox as root?

    Also make sure your network connections are setup correctly as has been mentioned in the comments before,




    Thx Dave its working fine now.

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