There are several options available how this can be done.

For example, you may configure 2 network adapters per each VM:
1) NAT: in order the VM to have access to the Internet
2) Host-only Adapter - for internode communication setup (listen_address, 
rpc_address). Static IP configuration should be used for these interfaces.


From: @Nandan@ []
Sent: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 6:49 AM
To: user <>
Subject: Re: Reg :- Multiple Node Cluster set up in Virtual Box

Hi All,

Thanks for sharing all information.
I am starting to work on this.
Now Problem which I am getting right now is:-
1) How to select Network for Virtual Machine by which I can able to get 
different IP for different Virtual Box?
2) As I am using WIFI for HOST machine which is Windows 10, so is there any 
internal configuration required or I need to select specific Network Adapter 
into Virtual Boxs by which  I will get IP1,IP2,IP3 for node1,node2,node3 

Please give me some ideas.
Thanks in advance,
Nandan Priyadarshi

On Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 8:28 AM, James Briggs 
<<>> wrote:
Nandan: The original Datastax training classes (when it was still called 
used 3 virtualbox Debian instances to setup a Cassandra cluster.

Thanks, James Briggs.
Cassandra/MySQL DBA. Available in San Jose area or remote.

From: kurt greaves <<>>
To: User <<>>
Sent: Monday, November 6, 2017 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: Reg :- Multiple Node Cluster set up in Virtual Box

Worth keeping in mind that in 3.6 onwards nodes will not start unless they can 
contact a seed. Not quite SPOF but still problematic. 

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