I'm trying to get a Virtualbox instance running with a very specific networking setup.
Here's what I have right now:
I have a laptop running Ubuntu, hosting a Debian Virtualbox. My loptop regularly has dhcp addresses assigned to it's wireless card in either the
192.168.*.*** range or
10.***.***.*** range. I've set up my Debian VB with a bridged network adapter connected to my laptops's
The Debian machine always grabs a dynamic address, so if I want to access virtual hosts running on it, or want to ssh into it, I must first run
ifconfig to find its ip address.
Here's what I want:
I want to set up the Debian virtual machine with another network adapter on a private network between my laptop and it, that will always have a static ip, no matter what dhcp address my laptop has.
How do I do this?