I configured my Debian (with KVM on board) as following: /etc/network/interfaces: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual auto vmbr0 iface vmbr0 inet static address ...
I'm running a Debian LAMP Server in VMWare Player, using a bridged connection. However, on my router the VM is showing up with the same MAC Address... therefore I can't set the VM to a static ...
Is it possible to assign an arbitrary MAC address to an VirtualBox virtual machine instance? This answer suggests that it is only possible to generate MAC addresses where the most significant byte is ...
I'm trying to set the mac address for my virtual machine in the virtual machine properties file. The properties file '102.conf' currently looks like this: name: vm1.mydomain.com bootdisk: ide0 ...
I want to assign my virtual machines MAC addresses so that I can configure DHCP reservations for them so that they always get the same IP address regardless of which host hypervisor they are running ...