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Your hosting provider (Hetzner, at a guess?) is correct. You will need to assign the single static IP address to your VMware server's VMK interface. This will allow you to connect to the server via the VMware console and create VMs. Your hosting provider should be able to route your /29 subnet to the server's MAC address. You will also have a single ...
There are a few ways. In disk manager in Windows you should be able to select the disk and choose "Create VHD" then you can import that to VirtualBox. Or my preference would be to allocate a new VMDK that's slightly larger than the physical drive on your CentOS VM then use dd to clone the drive in there over to the new VMDK device. Then you can remove ...
-device e1000,netdev=hostnet0 This. Switch to virtio_net before you try anything else. step two: try to play with the NIC offload settings using ethtool -K turn off TSO, LSO, LRO, see if you get different results. step three: try a different distro. Ubuntu is notorious for KVM related bugs, so switch to CentOS or even Fedora as a test.
The issue ended up being the guest firewall blocking the application port, and not kvm or bridging related
I guess was wrong. The machines were sending requests and the router redirected them to another subnet that either didn't know what to do with it or bounced it back to the router. Solution being adding -i eth0 to the iptables line so that only external traffic is redirected.
That's normal for any machine - whenever the CPU usage goes up the power consumption (and thus the heat dissipation) increases dramatically. To get a rough idea how much power a particular machine can consume look at the wattage its power supply is rated for (ok, that'd be an absolute maximum normally never reached).
1) Create a VM using the vhd you downloaded as the only disc. 2) In the profile for the virtual machine find the virtual cd/dvd drive and pick use iso image. 3) Select your iso for your recovery tool. Hirensbootcd comes as an iso and has a good tool for recovering the password. 4) Start virtual machine and press a key to boot from cd. 5) Follow onscreen ...
To view the XML config file: virsh xmldump [domain-id, domain-name or domain-uuid] To edit the XML config file: virsh edit [domain-id, domain-name or domain-uuid] Source
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