I am using Windows 7, and
Virtualbox 4.2.16, with a
CentOS 6.4 guest using the Host-Only adapter and a NAT'ed connection. First, I was using the NAT'ed connection, but I wanted to be able to use a SSH client that I could copy and paste into. So I set up the Host-Only adapter as a second connection. After using it with no problems, I restarted the guest OS, and then I could not access the internet through the NAT'ed connection. Once I disabled, and "disconnected" the cable from the Host-Only adapter, I was able to access the internet again.
Is there a way to set up a guest OS to use the NAT'ed connection for internet access, and the Host-Only adapter to accept SSH connections, instead of trying to send all traffic through the Host-Only adapter?
This is also happening on other Host OS's as well, not just Windows, but OS X, or even Fedora or Ubuntu.