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Thread: See VM from a external PC on the same network of the host

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    Default Re: See VM from a external PC on the same network of the host

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    Looking at what you provided in the other Forum...

    1. You need to define what you mean by "see."
    So, for example, if your virbrX bridge device is set up as a bridging (transparent) device, then your VM should enjoy access to your physical network like any other physical machine on your network.

    2. When you test network connectivity, you need to ping first by IP address and then by name.
    From your diagram, you should be able to ping IP addresses between hosts in both directions, but unless you set up a LAN DNS, you will not be able to ping hostnames in either direction.

    So, here is the procedure you should follow to determine where your problem is...

    First determine network connectivity of your Guests,
    Launch 2 Guest VMs, each should be able to ping the other by IP address. Unless you set up a LAN DNS (or set up /etc/hosts entries) you cannot test ping hostnames.
    Ping between at least one VM and the HostOS by IP address.

    If you succeed in the above, then you have network connectivity locally on the HostOS.

    Now,
    As you described, ping from one of your VMs and another Host (likely physical) on your network by IP address. If that succeeds, you can test hostname if you set up a LAN DNS or enter /etc/hosts entries.

    Then,
    Execute the reverse which you say you did and failed... From the physical host ping your virtual machine by IP address, and if that succeeds you can test hostname if you set that up as described above.

    If you still can ping by IP address in only one direction, then it's not the fault of your virtual machine setup, it's something in your router.... Because you established network connectivity on your local machine.

    If you are able to ping in one direction only using hostnames, then that is a problem in your name resolution.

    TSU
    Thank you for your response,

    1. i have not problem pinging on the hostname from VM to another host on the lan.
    2. I want other host can ping or connect by ssh to the VM, but i had set up all type of network that virt-manager allow me and never connec to the VM from another host.

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    Default Re: See VM from a external PC on the same network of the host

    configuration of network by virt-manager

    https://imgur.com/a/KNYIKPI

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