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I have a virtual machine with a Ubuntu 16.04 guest and two network interfaces

  • First interface: NAT

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  • Second interface: Bridge

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I want to access the guest from my host and I want to access a second ethernet device from the guest. The device is connected with the host over a switch. I can ping the host, the external device and 8.8.8.8with my current setup from the guest, but I don´t have any internet access (chrome stucks at "resolving host").

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When I deactivate the bridge the internet access does work, but not with the active bridge.

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What is wrong?

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    Probably the second (bridge) interface is creating an entry in /etc/resolv.conf with a bad DNS server, or pointing to a DNS server that can not reach the internet. – Stephen Harris Dec 24 '18 at 22:42
  • It was the right tip. Thank you. It works after changing the nameserver to 8.8.8.8 by hand. How can I set this automatically? – Kampi Dec 24 '18 at 22:48
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    Okay, I solve the problem with the nameserver option in the network settings :) – Kampi Dec 24 '18 at 23:18
  • Maybe you can write up what you learned as an answer to the question, explaining why it went wrong and where you made changes to fix it. – Stephen Harris Dec 25 '18 at 3:10
  • Sorry, but I want test it first, because the first solution doesn´t work with apt. I have opened the network settings in ubuntu (Desktop -> Edit Connections -> Select the NAT interface -> Edit -> IPv4-Settings -> add 8.8.8.8, 8.8.8.4 in the field "Additional DNS-Server" This works with chrome and apt. Modify the DNS-Server by hand over resolve.conf doens´t work for apt, but with chrome...don´t understand why, but this solution is a little bit better than the "hacky" way :) – Kampi Dec 25 '18 at 8:20
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The solution is to add this in the network settings

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I can access the internet, my host and the external device with these settings and the network configuration from above.

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