It's WORKING, sort of.
I have no experience with VMWare player up until yesterday. I normally use
VirtualBox for VMs.
This morning I downloaded a VM appliance from VMWare that contains CentOS
and Firefox and noticed its VMWare setting for Network Adapter was "NAT".
It worked great -- could access the internet with no problem.
The Network Adapter setting on the djigzo VM was "Bridged", not NAT. This
is contrary to my experience with VirtualBox where I would always use the
So the problem was with the Network Adapter setting.
The problem NOW is that I can only access the djigzo from the VM's host
computer. In the NAT mode, djigzo was assigned 192.168.153.129 and my
network is 192.168.168.xxx.
Perhaps I will just scrap the VM idea and install djigzo on its own Linux
Looks good and as you said works inside your home
network? You can
ping the internal interface of the router but it don't let you out. So
you have to check what happens on the router. Do you have to
"whitelist" devices which are allowed to connect to the internet?