On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 6:02 AM, Anand Gupta <xen.mails@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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.
Short answer : If you have both clients with real server and clients
on domU, the easiest way is to treat domU like a real server.
That means you should assign IPs in small blocks. For example, if you
have a big 10.11.25.0/24 address space, you give them out in small
blocks : 10.11.25.0/29, 10.11.25.8/29, and so on. If they need
additional address, you can route it via their existing address. Each
domU is connected via its own bridge to dom0.
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