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I have set up routing on my Ubuntu 18.04 desktop box. I have one dedicated ethernet port for my internal network that serves DHCP. I have my wireless NIC set up for internet access. Network works great. My next hurdle is getting a VM to work. I am using Virtual Machine Manager to host the VM (16.04 server). since both of these ports have been given the proper roles to keep the network functioning, I am unsure as to how I should create the bridge for the VM while also allowing it to be a client on my internal network. Any help and guidance is greatly appreciated.

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With VirtualBox
Simply setup the VM network adapter attached to Bridged Adapter with the Ethernet nic.

VirtualBox Bridged Adapter

  • Went ahead and tried with VB. This did not work. Unable to get DHCP from host at 192.168.18.1. Unable to ping anything within the network. Unable to ping 8.8.8.8. – noobuntu Aug 6 at 13:38

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