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I'm trying to configure virtualbox to allow access from outside (including the host) to ssh server running on guest system (Linux Mint). I know that i can use NAT (default setting) with port forwarding. If i'm right that in the port forwarding settings under the "host IP" field i should set my host IP, eg. 192.168.0.11 if this is the IP address of my Windows host?

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You can leave Host IP blank. Example:

Name: SSH

Protocol: TCP

Host Port: 2222

Guest Port: 22

After, you can connect with PuTTY for example with IP Address and port 2222.

  • where do you put these settings – yoyo_fun Feb 21 '17 at 11:56
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    @yoyo_fun Go to your Virtual Machine Settings->Network->Advanced->Port Forwarding, there you can click + sign on the right and add a rule. – Dragon Feb 21 '17 at 12:26

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