mac ssh 连接virtualbox 里的debian 系统
If you worked only with a provided harddisk-file, this implies for me that you created the VM yourself. The default network-setting for new VMs is "NAT" so you have to create a NAT-Rule, routing the host's port 22 to the VM's port 22.
I don't know about MacOS, but under Linux, you'd have to use a port > 1024. I usually use ports starting with 10000 and the respective service-port. In your case, I'd make a port-mapping of 10022 -> 22. For the entry in the "host"-column I use 127.0.0.1 and for the guest-side 0.0.0.0 as addresses.
You get to the menu via "Right-click on VM" in VirtualBox Manager -> "Change" -> "Network"-tab -> "Port-Forwarding"
Now you can connect your VM:
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org -p 10022
SSH between Mac OS X host and Virtual Box guest
On Mac OS (host):
Shutdown your VM and do:
VirtualBox > Settings > Network > Add (you will get
On a terminal
ifconfig will show you new interface vboxnet0
VM's Settings > System > check "Enable I/O APIC." VM's Settings > Network > Adapter 2 > host-only vboxnet0
On Ubuntu (guest):
Install OpenSSH Server
/etc/network/interfaces file to append the following lines:
auto eth1 iface eth1 inet static address 192.168.56.10 netmask 255.255.255.0
sudo ifup eth1 from the Ubuntu command line.
SSH server should be up and running. Switch to your host terminal and enter
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