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When I tried to connect my Ubuntu 13.10 to my VM Centos 6.5 using ssh appear the message "Connection refused" or "No route to host" even than I change the port, noting change.

see here

I need to use SSH, VPN and Samba, but this IP in my VM Centos do not work.

How Can I resolve this problem?

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And your question is? – yoonix Apr 1 '14 at 17:09
How can I connect in my VM Centos using ssh? – Vitor Mazuco Apr 2 '14 at 15:19
Please, unhold my question. – Vitor Mazuco Apr 3 '14 at 22:31

Your guest OS (the CentOS VM) does not have an IP independent of the host OS (Ubuntu). If you want to ssh into the guest, you will need to set up either NAT networking or a bridged network interface in your hypervisor.

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Ok but my vm centos is already on a bridged network interface see here link And is not work my ssh – Vitor Mazuco Apr 3 '14 at 22:28
is the ssh daemon running on centos? – jayhendren Apr 3 '14 at 22:29
I don't know. how can I discover if I use a ssh daemon? – Vitor Mazuco Apr 3 '14 at 22:32

I fix this problem to restart sshd in my centos.

See here

Just this...

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