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Published by: Immortal Infidel on Jul 07, 2010
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By default, the NAT core uses aliasing and uses random ports when generating an
alias for a connection. This works well for the most protocols like SSH, FTP and so on.
Though some protocols might need a more transparent behavior or may depend on
the real port number the packet was sent from. It is possible to change the NAT mode
via the VBoxManage frontend with the following commands:

VBoxManage modifyvm "My VM" --nataliasmode proxyonly

and

VBoxManage modifyvm "Linux Guest" --nataliasmode sameports

The first example disables aliasing and switches NAT into transparent mode, the
second example enforces preserving of port values. These modes can be combined if
necessary.

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