I'm unable to get internet using NAT (regular VB NAT, not NATNetwork). I already scanned tons of posts on the web, but no avail. First of all some data: (all 64 bit OSes) Host: Win10 Guests: Win7, Ubuntu, both configured to use NAT (right now as a single adapter). VirtualBox 5.1.24 (latest up to this post, guests additions installed)

I’m running VirtualBox on Win10 and trying to access the Internet via an XP VM and failing. I’ve installed the driver via the download and creating the share as you described it. I’ve also ensured the proper NIC is selected, per your instructions. (Great instructions – thanks.) But, still no Internet. Jun 22, 2015 · There are situations where a guest OS on vitualbox will need to have Internet connection which is by default through the NAT interface. But that will limit your access to the client virtualbox frame which is a direct access to the guest machine. Jul 23, 2019 · Open VirtualBox, select one of the virtual machines, and click Settings. Click on the Network tab, and you should see your adapter is still set to Bridged ( Figure A ). Apr 11, 2012 · This is the solution towards not having a network connection (or getting out to the internet) when on Windows Server 2008 Datacenter and Enterprise Edition (full install) running on VirtualBox.

Note: this is not a post about running MacOS on VirtualBox, but running VirtualBox on a Mac. I'm using a Macbook Pro 16" and using VirtualBox 6.1 to run Ubuntu 20, I have installed Guest Additions on Ubuntu. VirtualBox seemed to run slow but I found the solution was actually to do with resolution.

An other alternative could be to use an external proxy-server to get internet access and the same will be configured, client-side, only on VMs. There is no option to get VirtualBox managing host OS internet access. Thanks Simon

I have successfully installed Arch Linux on VirtualBox but the internet is not working in it. There was no issue with the internet connection during the installation but when I boot from the virtual hard drive (using syslinux bootloader) I'm unable to connect to the internet.