Did you try to set the MAC?
Thanks, I’ll have to test but this may work:
I like this approach more because virtualbox uses it’s own vbox0 interface instead of a tap interface (that may be used by VPN too).
Thanks, corrected it in my posts.
OK, what I did:
I included the startup commands for the vbox interface into the script of my virtualbox launch. now the interface is startet, when i start the machine. Problem solved.
Thanks alot guys!
VBoxTunctl -u root -g vboxusers -t vbox0
ifconfig vbox0 up
brctl addif br0 vbox0
sudo -H -u vmuser VBoxManage startvm 10 --type headless
AD & VMware workstation
Does virtualbox can accept some command to start a vm or you use an external script to do it?
How to implement this in the rpm, br0 could not exist if we do not use nethserver-dc (samba4)