(I use the Mate-Compiz spin on my desktop computer [IntensePC])
How I was able to achieve it:
- Connection Details, Virtual Networks, clicking on the
"+"change mode to
"Open"(the rest is all default). This creates me a
- Now I stop
"virbr0"on the red minus icon and while clicking o the trash it disappears in the connection details. While changing to terminal and type
nmcli cit is still active. I stop it with
nmcli c down virbr0
- Back in the “Connection Details” i do create
"+"a new virtual network using the default as name:
This time I choose Mode: NAT and do let everything as it was (default). This creates me a Network connected to
- Opening my VM (QEMU/KVM) under NIC I select the
Network source: Virtual network 'network :NAT'
- Now i can start the WM and do get DHCP working. I am able to ping my host and also able to communicate between them.
I used Virtualbox before and had the option there to create a bridged connection on the vm guest choosing the Host’s NW-adapter I wanted to use as bridge.
Is there a simpler way to achieve this? And is there a tool where i can control the status of the connections? A script I can use in terminal would be ok.