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Old 17th May 2012
eherrera eherrera is offline
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Exclamation Network problem with OpenBSD 4.6 under QEMU

Hi guys, i'm a complete newbie in all this stuff (Forums, OpenBSD, QEMU and Mac OS) and i just faced a problem with a fresh OpenBSD 4.6 installation under a VM in QEMU with Mac OS as Host OS.

At first i couldn't even ping the Host OS (, so i disabled pf setting pf = NO in /etc/rc.conf and now it answer the ping, but if i try to access internet this is what i get:

#traceroute yahoo.com
traceroute Warning: yahoo.com has multiple addresses; using
traceroute to yahoo.com (, 64 hops max, 40 byte packets
1 ( 4996.969 ms 4999.753ms 5000.202 ms
2 *
3 *
4 *
#ping yahoo.com
PING yahoo.com ( 56 data bytes
--- yahoo.com ping statistics ---
131 packets transmited, 0 packets received, 100.0% packet loss
It looks pretty weird to me, it resolves the hostname but it just doesn't get packets back, what could be wrong?, as a said before it is s fresh install, i mean that i downloaded the iso and installed with DHCP network configuration.

The Host OS is a Mac Os 11.4.0 and i'm using Q as QEMU frontend.
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