I have a VirtualBox machine running CentOS 6.5. I've created 2 network adapters for it in VirtualBox's networking settings for the machine. The first is NAT which I want the guest to use to connect to the Internet and the second I set to Host-only which I will use to SSH and access web server from the host computer.
I am running ubuntu 9.10 two ways: (a) as the host OS on one machine I will call ``Machine A'' (or just "A"), and (b) as a guest OS (in Oracle VM virtualbox 3.2, upgraded today from sun virtualbox 3.1) on another machine I will call ``Machine B'', (or just "B"). The host OS of Machine B is Win XP Pro. On A, I have installed sun virtualbox, and for a while that worked well.
I'm running VirtualBox 4.2.4 on a Windows 7 x64 host. I installed a Xubuntu guest system. The VM has network access through NAT. VirtualBox is configured to act as DHCP server (setup by default) and listens on 192.168.56.100.
I need to access one of my VirtualBox guest machine via ssh where the host machine is remote and is only accessible via ssh. The guest is configured with DHCP and hence the IP changes on each reboot. Is there any command to find the IP's of each guest machine from the host machine?
I installed CentOS 6.3 and Ubuntu Server 12.04 guests using VirtualBox on a Windows XP 32-bit host (laptop). To access the internet on my host machine, I am using a Huawei E586 Mobile Wifi hotspot, which supports internet connections via both a micro USB cable and wirelessly.
I have Ubuntu (12.04) running as a guest OS on VirtualBox. I have a network port configured as NAT and another one is bridged. Through the bridged port i am able to ssh into the VM form the host. I am able to access the internet via the NAT configured port.
What i want is; access to the VM on the NAT configured port from other machines on the network.
Before, earlier this year, I was able to install CentOS 6.4 Minimal in Virtualbox, set up a Host-Only interface and ssh into the VM using the root account. However, after having a new harddrive installed due to a power failure, I had to recreate the VM. So I installed the latest Virtualbox, v4.3.4r91027, and reinstall the CentOS 6.4 Minimal.
Rasi wrote:Sounds like someone got access to that machine?This is the worry. But how would I know? I know for a fact it's not physical access anyway. And my router's firewalled and I use GUFW with fairly strict access.
I'm not sure this is the appropriate forum to post this question to so if it is not, please be kind. It is my goal to set up a virtual machine using Oracle VM VirtualBox which is capable of being accessed by the host through a web page. I'm attempting to use the virtual machine as a Samba server that also runs CUPS.