I've been trying to solve this for 2 days. I've tried the development build, but it did not help.
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I really appreciate any help to get this going. I'm losing sleep! Thank you.
theengguy: VirtualBox and bridged network on OS X Mavericks
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post. Bridged networking is outside the WLAN specification.
Bridging to wireless is not really bridging. Promiscuous mode doesn't exist in the official WLAN specifications. It may or may not work.
For example, it works fine in my home, but not in my office. Same laptop, same VM. If you obfuscate any information requested, I will obfuscate my response.
These are virtual UUIDs, not real ones. Thanks for responding though. The bottom line is I need to be able to access the local network from the vm. If I have to do it with a wired connection it's not the end of the world, but, after 8 years of it working on my old Mac, it will be a bit of a disappointment. Is there any other way to work with nat and have the ability to access the local network?
VirtualBox bridged networking doesn't work (OS X 10.11 El Capitan)
And, I need to access the internet and the local network. Interestingly, if I didn't exit and let it run its own arping afterwards - it would always succeed. More on that shortly. Arping detects a broadcast request coming from the IP it just allocated So something on the host sends this request from the allocated IP, and arping here catches it and fails duplicate address detection, meaning dhclient declines the address. Weirdly, if I precede the dhclient-script arp check with a sleep 2 instead of the debug lines above - it never works. Replace it with just a single arping command, it works every time.
So the first fails, and the second arp check succeeds though normally there is only one check - it's just in my debugging I stumbled on it.
Fix: No Network Connectivity Bridged Adapter– VirtualBox
Any ideas what is causing this request from the host? Any possible fix?
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