As a result, if you try to configure such a port forwarding, the VM will refuse to start. I guess this is the reason for getting port 80 forwarded properly when the host was run as a root user.
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Anyway I am not sure why the port is changing automatically from 80 to The other potential solution is to use bridged networking. Personally I find bridged networking is easier to configure. If I feel I need a firewall, I configure it from the guest. You can easily limit port 80 to your host or lan with ufw.
I'm able to forward the ports by running VirtualBox as root. This restriction is just an OS thing, not really anything with VirtualBox itself.
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Firewall on the host? What host OS?
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I would not suspect Virtualbox for now, due to 22 working. NATnetwork is a virtual router.
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Is Selinux on the host? See what you can find.
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Here's a link to some usual suspects: A quick google on "what service windows 7 port 80" shows there could be some other already-running service on your host using up port 80 and before Virtualbox can pass the data to the guest. Board index All times are UTC. Get VirtualBox.