You need to access your VM to set all the parameters as required, such as changing the Network Interface Card (NIC) or Internet Protocol (IP) address and configuring your VM to your choice. This you do by enabling the console and installing the plugin to the Oracle VM Manager. After you have installed the VM plugin, you can go ahead and log into the VM.
Let's start with installing the Console plugin.
The plugins you need could vary depending upon the browser you may be using and the OS you are using to access the Oracle VM Manager. In our case, I have a MacBook and will simply use the Oracle VM Manager VM which is an Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 U2 with a Mozilla browser, so that shouldn't be much of a problem for us to carry out the following tasks:
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