admin portal problem when Delphix server setup with NAT

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Hi, 

I run landshark on Fushion 8.

I have set up target and source env with NAT.
When i set up thet delphix server i think it was don automaticly with Bridged (Autodetect).

With autodetect on the delphix admin partal works.
With Nat on i can ping the delphix server from the source and target, and the initial set up of the environment works.

But i should have Nat set on all VMs as i understand, so i don ́t have to switch settings between sync of source/target and delphix server, and be able to run the delphix admin portal.

Is there a way to get this right, or do i have to delete the VMs and start all over again?
And the assure NAT is set for the WMs before first turning them on.

Best regards, 
Per
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Hey Per, I am not sure I understand what the current issue is.

From what I gather:
1) You originally didn't have everything on NAT
2) Now you do

Is everything working now? If not, I advise to power all three VM's down, ensure they are all on NAT, and then power them on. Landshark should detect any changes and repair them, if necessary. 
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Hi, 

sorry for the bad description.

1) yes (Only target and source)
2) yes

Now i can Ping the Delphix Server, but i am not able to connect to the delphix admin portal by giving the ipadress in the web browser. (By giving 192.168.2.131)

Any suggestions?

Best regards, 
Per
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can you ping the admin portal IP from your computer?
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no
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Ok. So, is the IP address of your Delphix Engine 192.168.2.131? What are the IP's of your Linux source and Linux Target? If you are on a Mac or Linux-based computer, please give me the output of the following two commands:
ifconfig -a
netstat -rn

If you are on a Windows-based computer, please give me the output of the following two commands:
ipconfig /all
netstat -rn
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Hi, 

can i mail them to you?

Best regards, 
Per


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To close the loop, the issue was with the way Per's fusion was configured for NAT that conflicted with other networks to which his Mac was connected.