Running "brctl show" w/o/ the quotes on the VM's host will show
you the bridge and the interfaces that are connected to it.
'ifconfig" w/o the quotes on the VM's host will show you the all
Might help chasing down the problem.
On 1/9/19 5:21 PM, Erik Huelsmann
Ok, so the debian install went simply. I used
debian 9 (Stretch), without a GUI. 'ip addr'
gives 192.168.1.101, which sounds right, as
that's my lan, 192.168.1.X.
I was able to add the DB admin user where the
prompt comes up: Now do I need to reset/config
mysql's root user and password also?
Ok. Are you able to ping that ip address from your
desktop? That should indicate if you should expect to be
able to connect to the web server as well.
I have the VM network set to bridged, networking
is my downfall, and the other thing I suspect is
that I need to open the firewall for the webserver.
Bridged sounds fine. quick question: Is the "eth0" (or
enpXs0 with X a number) network on the VM's host part of the
bridge? If not, you probably need to enable IP forwarding.
Before we go that route, lets start by checking you can
'ping' the address though. (And: can you ping the host that
the VM is running on?)
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