14. Activate Bridged Networking¶
If biol300_2017 is running, log in and shut it down:
ssh -p 8015 firstname.lastname@example.org sudo shutdown -h now
If biol300_2016 is running, shut it down as well:
ssh email@example.com sudo shutdown -h now
In VirtualBox, select biol300_2017 and choose Settings > Network. Change the “Attached to” setting to “Bridged Adapter”. Under Advanced, verify that the MAC address matches the BIOL 300 Wiki’s (see Looking Up MAC Addresses for instructions).
Start biol300_2017 and log in using the new address:
ssh-keygen -R biol300.case.edu ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
Fix the backup script. Log into the vbox account on DynamicsHJC:
and edit the file
comment out the definitions for
dynamicshjc.case.eduand uncomment the definitions containing
Fix SSH authentication into the BIOL 300 Wiki from the vbox account. You will be asked to accept the unrecognized fingerprint of the virtual machine — this is expected — but you should NOT need to enter your password. The IP address is the static IP for biol300.case.edu, obtained using
ssh-keygen -R biol300.case.edu -R 22.214.171.124 ssh email@example.com
If this works without you needing to enter a password, automatic authentication is properly configured. You should
logoutto return to the vbox account on DynamicsHJC, and
logoutagain to return to the virtual machine.
Shut down the virtual machine:
sudo shutdown -h now
Using VirtualBox, take a snapshot of the current state of the virtual machine. Name it “Bridged networking enabled”.