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Cannot go to Sandbox 2.0 introduction page

  • #49599
    Tim Wise
    Participant

    I started up the Sandbox 2.0 VM on a vSphere 5.0 cluster. Dell Intel boxes running ESXi 5.0.

    I can log into the VM as root, but I get no response trying to browse to the intro page (http://<ip&gt;). I also cannot ping the machine.

    Anybody know what might be going on?

    Thanks.

    Tim

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  • #49612
    iandr413
    Moderator

    Hi Tim,
    What URL are you trying to access and what are you trying to ping?

    Ian

    #49618
    Tim Wise
    Participant

    Hey, Ian.

    For the intro page url, I’m just using the IP address we gave to the sandbox VM and entering that in a browser on my laptop: http://xxx.xxx.xx.xxx.

    To ping the machine, I’m just using the ping command from my laptop: ping xxx.xxx.xx.xxx. I’m looking into firewall issues to see if that’s why I cannot ping the machine.

    We’re assigning an IP from a pool we use for VMs on our vSphere cluster. Are there any expectations about the sandbox IP address?


    Tim

    #49666
    Tim Wise
    Participant

    Got it working. We had setup the VM with a static IP. Instead, we moved the VM into a network that has a DHCP server.

    Now I can get to the home page.

    But clicking on Go to Sandbox doesn’t work. Look like its using a fix (127.0.0.1:8000). I can go to the sandbox by entering the correct IP and port 8000.

    On to the tutorials.

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