Connection to Port 80 refused

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BShT
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Re: Connection to Port 80 refused

Post by BShT » 2020/10/08 11:37:14

BOOTPROTO=dhcp

and

nat at your VMWare NIC

Nigmur
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Re: Connection to Port 80 refused

Post by Nigmur » 2020/10/09 08:59:21

bspeedtriple wrote:
2020/10/08 10:26:49
When using a fixed ip address that is on the same subnet as your local windows pc you should set the connection type to bridge in Virtual box as far as I know.

I am not sure what you mean with : "The ip address is the ip address of the real connection on my pc" if you mean your Centos guest VM is having the same IP address as you windows host machine then this will not work. Give your CentOS vm for example ip address 10.6.70.187 make sure this address is not in the dhcp servers range and it is not in use by another computer on your network.

So virtual box network in bridge mode
your CentOS VM an IP address that is not in use by any other computer and on the same subnet as your windows computer should get you up and running.


Nigmur wrote:
2020/10/07 08:39:35
Or wait you mean to impose on VMware to put DHCP as a connection metod? Because i don't have anything like that on setting. I can use only NAT , Physical bridge and a custom one. Now i putted again DHCP as a connection method in Centos but it gave me the Curl(7) port 80 connection refused error. I tried to disable the firewall on Windows but still no success. Some guy in the offices said that i should change the repo of yum. But the problem is that AppStream never works.
Okay i will try and let you know!

Nigmur
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Re: Connection to Port 80 refused

Post by Nigmur » 2020/10/09 08:59:56

BShT wrote:
2020/10/08 11:37:14
BOOTPROTO=dhcp

and

nat at your VMWare NIC
It was like this in the beginning and it was not working.

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