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Basically i am trying to implement this on this picture architecture

I have my static ips assigned more or less like this and i can ping from my internal network to my 2 ports in my router without any problems.

But for some reason when i try to use my external network to ping the router it gives me

destination host unreachable

here are my configuration images : Router_1 Router_1 Router_2 Router_2 Internal VM Internal vm External VM External vm

how can i accomplish this in a way all my vm's can ping each other?

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closed as not constructive by John Gardeniers, HopelessN00b, rnxrx, Jeff Ferland, RobM Oct 25 '12 at 8:27

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How is the hypervisor configured? It may be that the VMs are not virtually connected. Also, consider not posting large screenshots when simply posting interface config... – Falcon Momot Oct 24 '12 at 20:37
how do i connect the virtual machines? i am using virtualbox – psychok7 Oct 24 '12 at 20:41
Yes. How are the virtual interfaces configured in the hypervisor (virtualbox)? – Falcon Momot Oct 24 '12 at 20:44
router vm as 2 adapters both in ''bridged adapter'' one with the wlan0 and the other with eth0 the other machines only have one bridged adapter with wlan0 – psychok7 Oct 24 '12 at 20:53
up vote 1 down vote accepted

i had a misconfiguration in my vm settings. changed the name of the connection from eth0 to wlan0 witch is exactly the name from the other vm

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