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According to this documentation, current versions of VirtualBox will provide your system with a virtual interface that has an IP on the network that it will adddo not expose the NATed machinesinternal NAT interfaces to the host machine. From yourYou may configure special port forwarding rules to reach the boxes, but even the host system you should automatically beis not able to reach the IPswhole interface. You should used bridged networking for that are given to the guests.

VirtualBox will provide your system with a virtual interface that has an IP on the network that it will add the NATed machines to. From your host system you should automatically be able to reach the IPs that are given to the guests.

According to this documentation, current versions of VirtualBox do not expose the internal NAT interfaces to the host machine. You may configure special port forwarding rules to reach the boxes, but even the host is not able to reach the whole interface. You should used bridged networking for that.

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VirtualBox will provide your system with a virtual interface that has an IP on the network that it will add the NATed machines to. From your host system you should automatically be able to reach the IPs that are given to the guests.