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Cannot get internet access in VMs


24x7servermanag
30-06-2016, 07:51
The IP pool that you have added for VMs is having the correct gateway settings ? Take a look at http://docs.ovh.ca/en/guides-network....html#centos-7 for more details.

antdgar
30-06-2016, 03:15
Randomly the Debian VM in Hyper-V started to work. I have no explanation as to how this happened...

antdgar
30-06-2016, 02:36
Quote Originally Posted by RandomThoughts
Not sure about your particular setup, but I run VMWare ESXi 6.0 and the vMACs are assigned to the interfaces on the vrtual machines, not any VMWare interfaces. Maybe that's where you're going wrong?
This seems to have made no difference. Still no network access in Linux VMs.

RandomThoughts
27-06-2016, 16:05
Not sure about your particular setup, but I run VMWare ESXi 6.0 and the vMACs are assigned to the interfaces on the vrtual machines, not any VMWare interfaces. Maybe that's where you're going wrong?

antdgar
27-06-2016, 12:29
I cannot get any internet access when running linux VMs in OVH's network.

I am running a Windows Server 2012 R2 host; I've tried creating VMs under Hyper-V and with VMware Workstation. The result is unfortunately the same in each case; 'network unreachable'.

I have tried the following distributions: CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, and even FreeBSD. The only VM I can get internet access in is Windows; but I need a Linux VM here!?

I have ordered a failover IP from OVH, assigned the vMAC to Hyper-V (or VMware) NIC. I have also read and followed all of the OVH guides to bridging.

However, the linux VMs in every case cannot access the network, and cannot ping google. Cannot even ping the gateway IP.

IP of the main server is: 178.x.x.59

Debian VM

ifconfig:

The correct IP and MAC can be seen from within the VM

interfaces:



traceroute :


Can anyone help me solve this issue?