Where is your virtualbox installed?
It is on a Windows or UBUNTU host mashine?
If you installed the VirtualBox on an UBUNTU host,
then you open in your host mashine (NOT in the Virtualbox!!)
the terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and then type ifconfig.
Now you should see your IP, looks like 192.168.X.XXX
You can access this by type:
your host IP:8080
I m able to acceess erp next on local network but did’t know how to setup to access it from external network i wish to use port forward or vpn but didnt know how to do that can you please guide me with the detail steps
If you do have Public IP on your host computer…you can just access your VM like this…http://yourpublicip:8080. In your Virtual Box network setting, add port forwarding to forward your host (port 8080) to your guest VM (port 80). That’s it!
If you don’t have Public IP, then you can just setup using any VPN clients that you prefer or use windows built-in VPN. Once this is setup, the same way you can access guest VM via http://vpn-ip:8080
Setting up port forwarding is dependent on number of things.
You need to obtain a static IP from your Internet Provider. This way you will not have to change your external IP everything to access ERPNext externally.
You need to assign the server/workstation where ERPNext is installed with a static IP number as well so that your DHCP server/router does not automatically assign one to that machine. The reason for this is because:
2.1. You will assign your external IP to route to the internal static IP you’ve assigned to the ERPNext machine.
2.2. You will also assign the port to that machine.
You will need to make these settings in your router/modem
Unfortunately, I cannot provide detail instructions as each router has a different setup.
Thanks All Now I got access the of Computer via VPN but the pc has win server installed in it so when i access the same it shows me the iis page can anyone knows the solution
Now My Server has an static IP . | . I have installed erpnext on virtual box having ip 192.168.1.4 and i have setuped logmein hamachie to access the system. the system is accessing but i m unable to access erp next on the same. but i can access erp on local lan with the ip 192.168.1.4
Is there way to make the virtual box start automatically if there is a computer reboot? I have installed Erpnext production version on Windows 10 through Oracle Virtual Machine running Ubuntu. I would like to make the virtual machine to start automatically each time so that if we are connecting with another network we can still connect without having to first initiate the process of starting the virtual machine