I asked a question about network connectivity to a laptop on the network, one comment was helpful toward duplicate IPs (I've found its not but it has helped with finding out what it could be).

The VMs / servers have nothing to do with the problem, it's just helpful connectivity information to diagnose the issue.

  • The network outside a host is on-topic, but you provided no information, such as a good network description or diagram, the network device models, the network device configurations, and any logs, debugs, etc. The network inside your host/server between the VMs is off-topic here. We cannot simply guess how your network is configured, as speculation and guessing are also off-topic here.
    – Ron Maupin Mod
    May 16 at 22:48
  • Would you revive your question? It would be probably closed condition, but we would appreciate to see the contents. Thanks.
    – Cloud Cho
    Jul 20 at 20:50

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You have yourself ruled out the possibly on-topic network components as causes. What's left are the host and hypervisor configurations that are explicitly off topic here.

To help you re-diagnose the network you need to provide sufficient information in your question: a network diagram, device models and their configuration, and additional information such as log messages or diagnostics you have performed.

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