Parallels VM 'not in network' but accessable

apt
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edited March 28, 2020 in Fing Desktop #1
Hi, I have 2 Macs on my network both running Parallels Virtual Machines (Ubuntu) 1 of the virtual machines appears fine in Fing and I can see the IP and all the relevant details, The other Mac running the VM I can see the DHCP name but not the IP as it show as 'not in the network' and appears 'greys out' even those I have accepted it.  I can access both VM's from there DCHP name and IP address however.  The only difference between the two Mac hosts is that one has a wired connection the other wireless.

Any ideas why Fing won't show the IP or why its saying the device in not in the network?

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  • Robin_Ex_Fing
    Robin_Ex_Fing Member Posts: 5,293
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    Hi @apt
    Can you share some screenshots for isolating the issue? Also, the device saying not in network is from wired connection or Wireless?
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  • apt
    apt Member Posts: 9
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    Thanks for your reply. With the most recent update of Fing for desktop (1.2.0) I can see the ip for the VM is is showing as an 'additional ip' on the host machine, still no hostname listed however.  As you can see below I can see both host machines Mac-Mini (Wifi) and Mac-Hack-Mini (Wired) on the network and a separate VM (mac-hack-mini-vm).  The other VM (mac-mini-puvm) however does not appear with a separate IP.

  • Robin_Ex_Fing
    Robin_Ex_Fing Member Posts: 5,293
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    Hi @apt
    Can you recheck with our latest version 1.3.0 if the issue persists?
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