Lucas - Linux Sys. Admin (CEFETCE/UAB) wrote:
> I'd sugest you to use Iptables forwarding :)
> On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 4:13 PM, Shams Fantar <sfantar@xxxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:sfantar@xxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> I've the dom0, a dedicated server with a public IP, and I have domU, a
> virtual server, I have a second IP, I would like to use that second IP
> on domU. Documentations don't explain how to proceed. They generally
> explain with a local IP (like 192.168.1.*) but with a public IP,
> it is a
> different. How to do ? The second IP has to be on dom0 and all packets
> for that second IP have to be routed to the domU ? If yes, which
> iptables rules could I use ?
> Could you show me examples ? Can someone explain me in details the
> configuration to do what I want ?
> PS : I re-send a new post because my first wasn't very clear.
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> Lucas do Amaral
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Yes. And for the general configuration ? (for vif= in the domU
configuration file, /etc/network/interfaces in the dom0 and DomU, etc.)
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