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I have a virtual machine (Ubuntu) and I need to send data through socket communication to my host PC (Ubuntu as well).

Is there a way to do it? I found out that the localhost of the PC and VM are the same (127.0.0.1) but if I try to simply create a server on the VM and a receiving client on the PC, it does not receive anything...

Thanks in advance, Luigi

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You can see the ip address of your VM/guest running this from your host (example for a VM called ubuntu16.04)

$ virsh  domifaddr ubuntu16.04
 Name       MAC address          Protocol     Address
-----------------------------------------------------------------------    --------
 vnet0      52:54:00:d6:f2:bc    ipv4         192.168.122.228/24

then use that ip address to send/receive data between host and VM.

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