ttommyp
Hello,
I've installed Oracle VM and its USB extension packs on my Windows 10 PC. Ive imported the ScadaBR image, and configured the bridge adapter settings as outlined in the "getting started>ScadaBR" section. 

My problem is the address that is generated does not start with a 192.xxx.xxx. Its a string of letters and numbers like http://fe00.ae40.xxxxxx.xxxx.xxx.xxx/ScadaBR. This address never works no matter how many times i type it in to my browser.
I did one random time get a working address to generate that started with http://192.
It did take me to the ScadaBR webapp but i was never able to get back to it. Even by navigating to the same address when the VM was running. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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thiagoralves
Are you sure you're bridging to the right adapter? If you select an adapter that is disconnected (like choosing the wired ethernet adapter when you are using your wifi) you won't get an IP. Also, some routers have problems with virtual bridged adapters and won't give IP to them. If that's the case, you won't be able to run ScadaBR on a virtual machine. You will have to run it natively on a Linux PC.
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ttommyp
I have confirmed I'm using the same adapter as my wireless connection. It's just strange that I was able to connect just the one time... 
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thiagoralves
It's probably something related to your router, that is refusing to give IP to a bridged adapter. You can change the configuration from bridged to NAT, but then you will lose the ability to communicate with external devices on your network through ScadaBR. Another solution would be to use an USB ethernet adapter, and then connect the adapter to the virtual machine. This certainly would work as the adapter would be native (not emulated) on the machine.
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