Network settings while installing horton sandbox inwindows 7

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    Karthick S

    1. I have installed Oracle VM virtualbox manager
    2. I have imported HortonWorks sanbox 1.3

    VM boots up and shows the login instruction for sandbox. But I am not able to open the address shown in console.

    Could someone tell me if any network settings to be done in VM network settings or on host windows machine ?
    I am using windows 7 64 bit OS.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Karthick S

    Well got it working now. The URL showed that is the IP to be entered in the browser. But it didn’t work. Then tried with it worked.
    BTW I did a few change in network settings as well, though not sure if that is the reason it worked. If possible please confirm me if the settings are ok.
    Enable network adapter: checked
    Attached to: host-only adapter
    adapter type: pcnet-fast-III (am79c93)
    promiscuous mode: allow all
    cable connected: checked


    Enable network adapter: checked
    Attached to NAT

    Came across online that these two adapters have to enabled and I am really naive about the adapter type selection.


    Are you trying to access the SSH host and port or the URL mentioned on Sanbox once loaded . ?
    Once the Sandbox is booted no other settings are required for accessing the hue console.

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