0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 16, 2015 5:14 AM by althafya1

    Having two NIC cards in Guest OS using VMstudio

    althafya1 Lurker

      Hi,

       

      I am using VMstudio 2.6 and CentOS. I am able to create OVA using VMstudio with combination of OS + Appliance packages installed as expected.

      However not able to add new Interface eth1 over Guest OS.

      > Tried adding Hardware

       

      <Item>

                  <rasd:Caption>2 virtual CPU</rasd:Caption>

                  <rasd:Description>Number of virtual CPUs</rasd:Description>

                  <rasd:InstanceId>1</rasd:InstanceId>

                  <rasd:ResourceType>3</rasd:ResourceType>

                  <rasd:VirtualQuantity>2</rasd:VirtualQuantity>

              </Item>

              <Item>

                  <rasd:AllocationUnits>MegaBytes</rasd:AllocationUnits>

                  <rasd:Caption>8192 MB of memory</rasd:Caption>

                  <rasd:Description>Memory Size</rasd:Description>

                  <rasd:InstanceId>2</rasd:InstanceId>

                  <rasd:ResourceType>4</rasd:ResourceType>

                  <rasd:VirtualQuantity>8192</rasd:VirtualQuantity>

              </Item>

              <Item>

                  <rasd:AutomaticAllocation>true</rasd:AutomaticAllocation>

                  <rasd:Caption>Ethernet adapter on vmnet0</rasd:Caption>

                  <rasd:Connection>Network 1</rasd:Connection>

                  <rasd:InstanceId>3</rasd:InstanceId>

                  <rasd:ResourceSubType>E1000</rasd:ResourceSubType>

                  <rasd:ResourceType>10</rasd:ResourceType>

              </Item>

              <Item>

                  <rasd:AutomaticAllocation>true</rasd:AutomaticAllocation>

                  <rasd:Caption>Ethernet adapter on vmnet1</rasd:Caption>

                  <rasd:Connection>Network 2</rasd:Connection>

                  <rasd:InstanceId>3</rasd:InstanceId>

                  <rasd:ResourceSubType>E1000</rasd:ResourceSubType>

                  <rasd:ResourceType>10</rasd:ResourceType>

              </Item>

              <Item>

                  <rasd:BusNumber>0</rasd:BusNumber>

                  <rasd:Caption>SCSI Controller 0 - LSI Logic</rasd:Caption>

                  <rasd:InstanceId>4</rasd:InstanceId>

                  <rasd:ResourceSubType>lsilogic</rasd:ResourceSubType>

                  <rasd:ResourceType>6</rasd:ResourceType>

              </Item>

        <Item>

                  <rasd:AddressOnParent>0</rasd:AddressOnParent>

                  <rasd:Caption>Harddisk 0</rasd:Caption>

                  <rasd:HostResource>/disk/system</rasd:HostResource>

                  <rasd:InstanceId>5</rasd:InstanceId>

                  <rasd:Parent>4</rasd:Parent>

                  <rasd:ResourceType>17</rasd:ResourceType>

              </Item>

          </Section>

       

       

      and in Network section:

       

        <Section xsi:type="ovf:NetworkSection_Type">

              <Info>List of logical networks used in the package</Info>

              <Network ovf:name="Network 1" >

                  <Description>Network 1</Description>

              </Network>

              <Network ovf:name="Network 2" >

                  <Description>Network 2</Description>

              </Network>

       

      The problem here is, when the ova is getting build using Vmstudio on a run time i can see the Guest OS has two Network interfaces configured, however after it is build as OVA/OVF  can't see that anymore when I deploy it as new Virtual Guest OS.

      need urgent Help on this please!!