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This is my VM setup:

  • Host: Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
  • Guest: CentOS 6.3 i386
  • Oracle VirtualBox 4.1.22
  • Networking: Bridge

I can't ping any IP except the router's IP.

ping output:

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ping router ip:

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netstat output

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ip rout show output

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ifconfig output

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resolv.conf contents

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(0) Don’t be so impatient. (1) Are there other hosts on your local network (e.g., Can you ping them? (2) I hate to ask the dumb question, but can you connect to remote IP addresses with applications/clients such as telnet, ftp, or mail? Have you tried any diagnostics tools, such as netcat and/or a sniffer? – Scott Sep 20 '12 at 20:57
Hi, welcome to SuperUser. Your question is very new yet. Please be patient. Answers don't come immediately. Sometimes you have to wait for the right person to come along. Or maybe you need to read How to Ask Questions the Smart Way to ask questions that will receive a good response. – allquixotic Sep 20 '12 at 21:06
ICMP may be blocked. Try WWW (http) or other protocols, for starters. Also, is your host OS on the same IP subnet as the guest? – allquixotic Sep 20 '12 at 21:11
Do not cross-post please. Your questions are off topic for Stack Overflow, so please check out the FAQ of the sites you ask questions on, and don't duplicate them across the network. Thank you! – slhck Sep 20 '12 at 21:17
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