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Tech Tip: Port Forwarding in Virtualbox with VBoxManage

VirtualBox is a free, powerful and versatile virtualization program which is available for Linux, Mac, and Windows hosts, and can virtualize many different Operating Systems. VirtualBox was originally developed by Innotek, but was purchased by Sun and renamed Sun xVM VirtualBox. There are several versions of the program, but I use the free closed-source version, since it has more features than Virtualbox OSE.

 

Several networking modes are available for the Virtualbox guest OS to connect to the Internet, but I will specifically mention Network Address Translation (NAT) networking here...

 

Article Source Linux Journal
September 10, 2009, 9:40 am
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