So i need to use VMs for university and whatnot, and i decided to try Gnome Boxes. Unfortunately, i couldn’t ping between VMs and host, but i found a solution from Ivan Molodetskikh here: Support Bridged Networking to enable guests accessible from LAN (#546) · Issues · GNOME / GNOME Boxes · GitLab
On a fresh f36 install,
libvirt-daemon-config-network was already installed, but i had to
systemctl enable --now virtnetworkd-ro.socket in order to make bridged networking work in Boxes, which is great! But the maintainer of Boxes said in the above gitlab issue that it should work OOTB and was puzzled that it didn’t work in Fedora. So my question is, why isn’t it enabled by default?