Even more odd, is that I have just shared out the image and added it to ms
vpc on another machine (same spec) and started it up there and it works
Ive been told that there isnt any funky switches here that only allow 1 IP
address per port, so it must be something specific to that machine.
"Leaky" <no@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Im not running them at the same time. I have tried removing the mac
> address out of the vmc file so it regenerates it.
> This is very strange!
> "Colin Barnhorst" <c.barnhorst@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Are you running a copies of the same vm on both? Unless you change the
>> MAC on one of them you would get a conflict.
>> "Leaky" <no@xxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Hi people,
>>> I have got a real strange issue here. I have VPC running fine and dandy
>>> on one machine and it is able to connect to the network fine. However,
>>> I have another identical machine (hardware wise) which I am trying to
>>> run the same vpc (Windows XP SP2) on it and connect to a network, and it
>>> is failing.
>>> The strangest thing about it is that the vpc gets assigned its IP
>>> settings properly from the network DHCP, but then after that, I cannot
>>> ping anything apart from the local host. I cant even ping the DHCP
>>> server that I just got my IP settings from!?
>>> Any ideas?