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NAT mode virtual machines shows same IP address [duplicate]

I have two virtual machine running on a virtual box. VM 1 and VM 2 The network is in the NAT mode (default). Both the machines have the same IP address.So I assume that they are in two different ...
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Assign IP address to a VirtualBox Guest [closed]

I am creating a new Virtual machine on a server using an existing vdi image (Import from CLI). When the machine gets started, I want it to be accessed from the IP address of the Linux Host machine to ...
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1answer
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How to access multiple IP-s of host from virtualbox guest windows

I have a linux host with virtualhosts on 127.0.0.1 and 127.0.0.2 and 127.0.0.3 (the reason is that I need multiple domains with https) and I would like to access them from virtualbox in a windows ...
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1answer
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Assign multiple IP addresses in NAT mode to the same VM

I'm aware that VirtualBox assigns the same IP to different VMs (by default 10.0.2.15), however I have a case where I have a VM with a single vNIC, and a Linux namespace inside the VM attempts to get ...
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how do i get the IP of my VM? [closed]

I did a partial clone of my VM. It is red hat 64 bit. How do I get the external IP of the new instance of the VM?
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Network problems running multiple Virtual Box VM

Is it possible to run multiple Virtual Box VMs on a desktop computer? I am running windows 7 as the host OS and have 3 Virtual Box VMs running Ubuntu Server OS. Each VM works fine on its own when ...
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In NAT mode VirtualBox DHCP only has one IP to assign?

When I set up two machines in VirtualBox via NAT mode each machine gets the same IP from the virtual DHCP server, why is that?? Makes no sense to me. Both have the Gateway 10.0.2.2 which is fine, but ...
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Virtualbox Windows XP VM not getting assigned IP, but getting host IP instead

I have a Server 2008 R2 as host OS, and XP SP3 as guest OS. (Using VBOX and NAT connection) The host ip is xxx.xxx.xx.47 and the guest ip is xxx.xxx.xx.91. I assigned xxx.xxx.xx.91 to the VM but when ...
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How to configure a second IP address (to bind it to a VBoxHeadless virtual machine then)?

I've requested my ISP to dedicate me a second Internet IP address and have got it. Now I need to configure it (I've never had any experience with using multiple IP addresses on one network interface) ...
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3answers
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Can not connect to tomcat server externally,

My Tomcat server is running on virtual server, this server is running on fedora machine. I have setted up everything on this machine to run tomcat, tomcat working well on local host. but i can not ...
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Getting VirtualBox+Windows XP to view my Mac's localhost while offline

I'm running Windows XP via VirtualBox on my Mac. I want to load up sites on my Mac's localhost while offline. I know that I can append my IP and a nice domain name to the host file in ...
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How does a host route IP packets if it gets two IP addresses?

To clarify my question... I am wondering how does the Linux kernel route packets on a multi-home host? With 'multi-home', I mean the host has multiple NICs to send packets, for example my Debian in ...