I'm trying to expose on my local network a very simple Ruby server running on Linux.
server = TCPServer.new(hostname, port)
My Linux VM runs on a NAT virtual network
The port I use is
1564 so I forwarded it using the "Virtual Network Editor" in VMware.
Then I use the
192.168.73.133 as the
hostname in my ruby code.
This works great and if I try to connect to my server from the host machine (including with the IP of my host machine
The problem is that I can't access it from an other computer on the network.
I'm guessing that the hostname needs to be changed but I have no idea what to put (except the IP of the host but ruby crashes when I do that). I also read that I needed to create a route in my linux but I can't figure out which one...
So I think that my question is: What route should I add to my linux in order to be able to put the IP address of the host in the host name?
Thank you for your help.