First of all register and download the VMware x86 or x64 zip file(not the ESX version). Onew downloaded unzip this file and grab all the *.vmdk files. The other files can be discarded.
Now go into Virtual box and create a new VM. Select Linux as the OS and configure it as desired with the following changes.
- Add a new IDE disk and browser for and select the base VMDK file. (The one without a -s###.)
- Add two network cards and change both to use Bridged Networking and change the device driver to Intel PRO/1000 MT Server.
Now you can boot up the VM. If you plan to run it as a service you can but for now you need to start it directly in VirtualBox so you can get at the console. Once booted up the system will list and IP to access it at but this won't actually work due to our VM/Nic setup. So instead go into the UTM's console and logging as root. The password will be blank and you will need to change it.
Now on the UTM do the following to reconfigure the default network settings. Tab completion will work here. Also be sure to substitute you settings for the following variables:
$ADDRESS(eg: 192.168.1.5) Internal Ip for the UTM.
$NETMASK(eg: 24) See here for help.
$BROADCAST(eg: 192.168.1.255) Subnet part of Ip filled in with 255 for the rest.
$NETWORK(eg: 192.168.1.0) Subnet of the Ip filled in with 0's.
$INTERFACEUse tab compleation for this and choose witch NIC you want as your internal.
cc RAW lock_override OBJS itfparams primary REF_ItfParamsDefaultInternal address=$ADDRESS netmask=$NETMASK w / network interface_address REF_DefaultInternalAddress address=$ADDRESS w / network interface_broadcast REF_DefaultInternalBroadcast address=$BROADCAST w / network interface_network REF_DefaultInternalNetwork address=$NETWORK netmask=$NETMASK w / interface ethernet REF_DefaultInternal itfhw=REF_ItfEth$INTERFACE status=1 w exit
Each set of commands above will print out the new config when the
wline is entered so you should be able to identify any errors or problems. Once finished you can reboot the UTM by typing
Now if everything is working you should be able to navigate to https://$ADDRESS:4444 and setup the UTM. If you get any error about not being able to change your active connection then one of the settings above must not match or the the itfhw in the last step didn't get set right.