I have installed VM Player and VMware Work station 7.0 on separate laptops and trying to bring up GUI but no luck. I am using Bridge mode. I can ping the IP address from CMD but can not bring up on GUI.
Here is what my CLI Says
Show network eth0
DHCP Disabled Status up
IP address 184.108.40.206 IP Mask 255.000.000.000
Link Detected Yes Mode Auto Enabled , Full 1000 MB
Duplicate IP No
Gateway 220.127.116.11 on Eth0
Now i have my VMWare Network Adapter IP Address is 18.104.22.168 255.0.0.0
Packet Sent 1902 recived 0
I guess this is culprit.
Can someone please assist me. I have been trying for few days and have not had any luck. searched it and asked few of friends but so far no luck.
If you have received '0' packets then it suggests that you are sending the ping packets to something else. Try disabling the CUCM NIC, and see if you can still ping it. If you can, find out what is using that address and move it.
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Hey Rob, Thanks for this. But i managed to bring up GUI. I have to logon to ccmservice area (https:// address CUCM>/ccmservice) and there i got to make sure all the services are activated / running.
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