Right now i dont have any VM configured in this way. So there is no
/etc/systemd/network/25-wired.network file in any of the VMs.
I was trying to do such configuration for one of the Django VMs. this is what the content was...
so now each VM would have a different IP.
So i the ips would be ...(or something like that.. i dont remember how it was exactly)
and it would work for some time ... but then after few days something would change in the network and the ips would be something like ... (i dont remember exactly)
and i would have to go and edit django1 to change it so it is something like 10.1.10.xxx because otherwise it wouldnt work at all.
this is what i meant... (sorry Ijust couldnt find an edit button to fix that)
it seems to work, but it is not automatic, so I have to change if something in the network changes
I don't know that much about whats happening in the network, but i would rather like it so that i don't have to create and mess with the
/etc/systemd/network/25-wired.network file, since i don't know much about configuring networks.
so instead I am trying to figure out why it doesn't just choose a different IP automatically, because it would make sense to me they should be able to that.
django VMs seems to default to the same IP...
makes me think if thats because of that they are the same type, and if there is some config that specifies the default, and the config is different for the postgres VM.