IP fails to update

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  • #14161

    Bonnie Rush
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    Hi all,

    When I start up the Sandbox VM, it always fails to update the IP address. Once the machine has finished booting up, it displays my ipv6 loopback address to initiate the Sandbox session with. Does anyone know how I can fix this?

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  • #14218

    Bonnie Rush
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    Carter, thanks for your concern. Yes, now it works.

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    #14210

    Carter Shanklin
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    Bonnie, did it work after you made those changes?

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    #14207

    Bonnie Rush
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    Ok–This is what I was getting: http://::ffff:127.0.0.1/ However, what I found is that I truly had not followed the instructions closely. My problem in configuring the two adapters within Virtual Box was that I had made both of them “Host-only Adapters”. But, only the first one needs to be host only && have DHCP enabled. The second one, though, is NAT && DHCP is not enabled.

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    #14177

    Carter Shanklin
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    Bonnie can you post a screenshot or the exact text of what you see? Is it really showing fe80::1 as the address to connect to?

    Are you using VirtualBox or VMware? If VirtualBox can you verify DHCP is on within VirtualBox network settings?

    Thanks,

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    #14173

    Adam Diaz
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    not sure what virtualization platform you are using but you should follow the suggested platforms and the instructions posted when you download the sandbox. Usually the failure to update the IP has to do with the line “dhclient” in the startup script that grabs a dynamic IP from your DHCP server (if you have setup the NICs correctly). I would review the instructions closely and try again.

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