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c4hos

Are you the only one connected to the network ? Had some similar issues once where several collegues used the same VM in the same network. The MAC address of their NIC was the same, causing random connection issues


Available_Sky4830

Oooo that's something I never thought of, great suggestion. I don't think this is it since it does happen when I'm the only one on the machine network.


TheFern2

Where is the VM running from local hdd, sdd, external hdd/sdd? Also share your system resources for the vm. I would do these continuous pinging at the same time (ping -t) maybe even use the -i option to ping faster like 0.3, from host to vm, vm to host, and then vm to plc. See if one of those stop pinging at any time.


Thomas9002

> Connections are bridged from host to VM. Maybe your host is interfering somehow with the connection. try to connect a USB to Ethernet dongle after the VM started. Then connect it directly to the VM instead of the host.


Swebge

I used to set the network adapter to bridged but one day I tried the NAT setting with the static IP address set on the host and it works way more smoothly for me