These are probably very simple questions, but I have googled to no avail.
I’ve got an installation of OpenNebula with a local instance of KVM.
There’s a single physical network interface, enp2s0, and a bridge set up at br0.
I’ve spun up a test VM through OpenNebula, and though I can open a vnc window from within the application, I can’t ssh/ping the VM from the host machine.
The local network is on 192.168.101.0 with the virtual network on 192.168.122.0.
When I ping 192.168.122.10 (the test VM) I see 192.168.122.1 reporting this as unreachable.
The firewall is currently disabled (this is a test box on my internal network).
Secondly, I am unable to log into the vnc session. The login prompt appears, but no known combination of user/pass works. I’ve tried specifying the relevant public key in the context (I assume this is the oneadmin one that lives in /var/lib/one/.ssh), but that’s not working either.
Not knowing the expected behaviour doesn’t help - should I be presented with a login prompt, or should this automatically log in using the specified key?
Any help would be much appreciated.