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ps aux|grep dhclient show something? if yes, then killall dhclient and restart network.


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When in bridged mode, for network purposes the virtual machine behaves exactly as if it were another physical machine on the network. So, in order to connect it to your office wifi, you need to ask your management about how to connect a new machine to it (depending on their policies, it may not even be possible).


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I had the same problem and the solution "was" simply... for me, at least. auto ens160 iface ens160 inet static address 172.31.0.164/22 netmask 255.255.252.0 gateway 172.31.0.2 network 172.31.0.0 broadcast 172.31.3.255 dns-nameservers 172.31.0.21 172.31.0.18 #Add internal route up route add -net 172.16.168.0/21 gw 172.31.0.20 dev ens160 And, create an ...


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To configure your system to use a static IP address assignment, add the static method to the inet address family statement for the appropriate interface in the file /etc/network/interfaces. The example below assumes you are configuring your first Ethernet interface identified as eth0. Change the address, netmask, and gateway values to meet the requirements ...


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The script below basically polls for output of ip addr. Once there is something , the while loop terminates, and moves on to launch whatever else you specify. Replace wlan0 with your wireless interface, and zenity --info part with whatever script you want to run. You may want to use exec /path/to/script.sh arg1 arg2 to replace the process. #!/bin/bash ...


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Most DHCP providers (routers etc) have the option to set a 'reserved address' - a pairing of MAC address to IP Address. It would be an option in the DHCP setup somewhere - this may vary by device. You then don't have to set up static addressing on the local machine, it applies for a DHCP address & gets it's reserved address every time.


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This is not a defined configuration word: interface eth1; I couldn't find it in man dhcpd.conf at least not for isc-dhcp-server. I have tried it in my VBox 16.04 server, dhcpd fails. Not sure from where you got it, but may be you mistakenly meant: INTERFACES="eth1" from /etc/default/isc-dhcp-server which a configuration for the init service and it is ...



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