I am having a hell of a time getting the VMware host to forward port 80 to a running VM instance.I can curl <vm IP>...from the host and get back a web server response.... [by kirblam]
I have a QEMU instance running on a CentOS 6.4 server. I need to make it so that when one connects to port 23 on the host, they connect to port 23 on the QEMU instance's guest OS. How can I accomplish this? Note that I only have SSH access, so if eth0 goes down I loose control of the server and reboot it using my provider's management panel.
If I have a VMware box with host-only networking, what is the IP of the host, or how do I connect to the host?
I'm testing some DHCP stuff and I would like a fresh VMware box to only communicate with the (poorly configured) DHCP server of the host, on which I am working. Any advice on how to do that is much appreciated.
I'm trying to set up a web server for my first time. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04.1 and i've installed LAMP. I have also set up a static IP for the server, 192.168.0.111 and reserved it in the router settings. So far so good.
Now to the problem. I forwarded port 80 to the servers IP address, but the server is not responding to any connections.
Today I have read this question and answer (How does reverse SSH tunneling work?). I tried it out and it worked perfectly however I want to know one thing. Say I have a web server running on port 8000 and I forward that port to my receiving server.