You wrote:I'm not sure what your problem is. If you assign a static IP it must be in a valid range that is routed via your network router, using NAT to connect outside or by your ISP. Like I previously mentioned, 192.168 numbers are a private network number and cannot be used on the public Internet without NAT services.
I see eth0 is currently "192.168.168.20" that is the static IP I configured previously.
HuaMin Chen wrote:Then that VM has been incorrectly setup.
OK, other Vboxes (running in OL 5.? or Win 7 64-bit) are all connected fine using Bridged adapter to the host, by TCP/IP. But the current Vbox is having a problem and cannot connect to the Ineternet. How to resolve this?