My thinking is that "whatever"
virt-viewer is doing, through whatever "magic" it achieves that, should, conceivably, be available through the CLI without invoking the GUI.
All it seems to be doing is running a sort of GUI version of a console, or virtual console, of some variety. When I google how to get a bash type prompt from with
virsh there's mention of configuring bridge networking, or different, for me, fairly involved procedures.
For my purposes,
virt-viewer fits the bill -- except that it seemingly requires, or utilizes, the GUI. For a strictly CLI it gets more involved?
This is in the context of using
SSH to remotely login to the host which is why GUI options, such as how
virtviewer` seems to work, wouldn't fit.
something perhaps like:
"It can be used remotely (from a third machine, typically your workstation) if the host does not have graphical display."
Basically want to chain
ssh to remotely login to
AWS host in order to then use
virt-viewer remotely. If that makes sense.