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Command: vagrant share

The share command initializes a Vagrant Share session, allowing you to share your Vagrant environment with anyone in the world, enabling collaboration directly in your Vagrant environment in almost any network environment.

You can learn about all the details of Vagrant Share in the Vagrant Share section.

The reference of available command-line flags to this command is available below.

Options

  • --disable-http - Disables the creation of a publicly accessible HTTP endpoint to your Vagrant environment. With this set, the only way to access your share is with vagrant connect.

  • --http PORT - The port of the HTTP server running in the Vagrant environment. By default, Vagrant will attempt to find this for you. This has no effect if --disable-http is set.

  • --https PORT - The port of an HTTPS server running in the Vagrant environment. By default, Vagrant will attempt to find this for you. This has no effect if --disable-http is set.

  • --ssh - Enables SSH sharing (more information below). By default, this is not enabled.

  • --ssh-no-password - Disables the encryption of the SSH keypair created when SSH sharing is enabled.

  • --ssh-port PORT - The port of the SSH server running in the Vagrant environment. By default, Vagrant will attempt to find this for you.

  • --ssh-once - Allows SSH access only once. After the first attempt to connect via SSH to the Vagrant environment, the generated keypair is destroyed.

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