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Hi,

also you could read this:
http://www.giannistsakiris.com/index.php/2007/11/01/host-only-networking-for-virtualbox/
This tutorial is made for Ubuntu, but maybe there are some good ideas, which you can use.

Peter

2009-06-16 08:45 keltezéssel, Yoram Halberstam írta:
Hi Peter,

I'm using it in Bridge Mode or Host-Only - neither works.

It maybe a fallback solution to try NAT and try to set it up so that I
can get into the virtualbox via TCP... I'll try tonight if I'm not
getting anywhere. thanks for your help!

2009/6/15 Major Péter <majorpetya@xxxxxxxxxx <mailto:majorpetya@xxxxxxxxxx>>

    If you're using the VM in NAT mode, then you can't reach the guest
    network device (or vice versa) by default with SSH or any other type
    of mode. Here is a tutorial to make the SSH working (host can access
    to the guest):
    http://jimmyg.org/blog/2008/ssh-to-a-debian-etch-virtual-machine-in-virtualbox.html

    Peter

    2009-06-15 22:51 keltezéssel, Yoram Halberstam írta:

        Errrr.... At the risk of being shot I'll say that there a lot of
        smart
        and easy thing on linux compare to windows, installing
        virtualbox and
        running and general gui config are not one of them!

        Thanks also, I may not be a wizz kid but I do go on google (and I
        wouldn't be there if I found the answers)... anyway all of this to
        realise that I did configure everything from the GUI already (I
        think).
        I prefer GUI than command line ;-)

        So now I used host -only and I used bridge... both work, (I realised
        eth0 was disabled) - with vboxnet0 and eth1 respectively I can
        communicate back to the host but not into the virtualbox
        Suse.... Any
        hint sir? (I've tried ssh)

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