I believe that “INFO ipc.Client:” warning is perfectly normal. It looks like it’s part of the normal startup process testing a connection as a service is starting up, thus the 50 retries. I might be a little off on the reason, but I get the exact same message (usually 5-6 times) and my sandbox works fine.
For me, my IP subnet is 192.168.117.0 and my sandbox is http://192.168.253.128 This works fine for me though, despite being on different subnets. I’m using VMWare and it looks like it creates 2 virtual network adapters. If I start command prompt and do “IPCONFIG /all” there is a VMnet1 and VMnet8.
Maybe start by seeing if these virtual adapters were created on your physical machine. Without a virtual adapter, I can’t imagine how it would create a network connection to begin with. If those are there it may give you more insight into whats going on. My VMnet8 lists an IP address of 192.168.253.1 so if I knew my VM box was somewhere in the 253 subnet, I could use an IP tool or make a quick script to ping all 255 IP addresses there and output the results. If one of them pings good you’ve found it.
Another option is, once you log into the sandbox, run “ifconfig -a” which should tell you what network adapters are running (linux ipconfig /all equivalent). This should give you the ip address of your box on the second line, right after “inet addr:”. So you can double check that what the main sandbox screen is telling you is correct.