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I know, it is out date, but will be useful for anyone in the future. I have the same problem. It looks like VirtualBox can't provide such information without GuestAdditions installed inside guest VM. So, after installing GuestAdditions inside your guest RHEL, you can run VBoxManage list runningvms VBoxManage guestproperty get "dev-006" ...
Ideally dhclient-eth0 should work but as you don't have network connection its not possible to obtain ip address via dhcp you have few work work around if you just want internet on kali make network adapter on NAT this will give you internet access You can use BRIDGE MODE and gnome-network-manager to configure it via GUI by right clicking on network ...
There is a typo in your config: auto eht1 It should be instead: auto eth1 So the interface just is not autoenabled. You can still see it with ifconfig eth1 and bring it up with ifconfig eth1 up
The error message is clear. You have to install 2 packages : # apt-get update; apt-get install virtualbox-dkms linux-headers-amd64
Yes, it is possible. Use: $ vboxmanage showvminfo testvm | grep VRDE: VRDE: enabled (Address 0.0.0.0, Ports 3398, MultiConn: off, ReuseSingleConn: off, Authentication type: null)
What you describe as your "actual" IP address isn't, it is the IP address of your router, or anything else that got an IP address from your provider and acts as an intermediary for your computer to the internet. That is why your (windows) hosts provides an internal address as well. Your VirtualBox host gives out IP addresses in the range 10.x.x.x by default ...
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