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Re: [Xen-users] Re: number of ips

To: Peter Booth <peter_booth@xxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Re: number of ips
From: Anand Gupta <xen.mails@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 11 Apr 2009 04:32:01 +0530
Cc: Nick Anderson <nick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Xen Users <Xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Hi Peter,

Here is what i want to achieve.

1. I want to assign multiple ips to a domU. These ips can be in
different subnet.
2. I want to be able to stop users from arbitrarily binding ips inside
their domU, and start using them.

Using bridge/ routing mode is not an issue, whatever resolves the
problem, i am ready to use that.

On 4/11/09, Peter Booth <peter_booth@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> What is it that you're wanting to achieve? You can use bridging for
> one IP and, say, a private network for another if that makes more
> sense. I've used this approach when using a VM as a QA version of a
> JMS server when the production server had seven NICs
> On Apr 10, 2009, at 5:28 PM, Anand Gupta <xen.mails@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Hi Nick,
>> Thanks for the reply. What if they are on different subnet ? And then
>> what stops a user inside domU to add any ip in that series (as long as
>> the ips are assigned and routable to the server) and start to use it ?
>> On 4/11/09, Nick Anderson <nick@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 01:35:48AM +0530, Anand Gupta wrote:
>>>> Hmm... So if i have to assign lets say 6 ips to a domU, what is the
>>>> best method to do so ?
>>> Well if they are all on the same subnet and your using standard
>>> bridging and using a linux domU you should be able to just bring
>>> virtual interfaces.
>>> ifconfig eth0:0
>>> ifconfig eth0:1
>>> ifconfig eth0:1
>>> --
>>> Nick Anderson <nick@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>>> http://www.cmdln.org
>> --
>> regards,
>> Anand Gupta
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