open VM mininet’s shell in normal terminal

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I have installed VirtualBox and created a mininet machine on it. Since I can’t copy paste things in that directly, I want to switch to my computer’s normal terminal. I run
ifconfig eth0

in mininet and get something like this

Now on my computer’s terminal, I run this:
ssh [email protected]

I keep waiting for a result but nothing happens so I have to cntrl+c eventually. I have done this in the past but I am guess I am using a wrong ssh command right now. How else can I do this?

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