[Lxc-users] Networking Qs
daniel.lezcano at free.fr
Fri Jun 18 16:39:13 UTC 2010
On 06/17/2010 06:49 PM, Nirmal Guhan wrote:
> Any reason why we require bridging in the host for lxc ? Am not able to
> setup IP address for the container unless I configure bridge in the host.
You can use the macvlan but the container <--> host communication won't
> Also couple of other questions :
> 1. Can I configure container and host be in different networks / subnets
> (assuming I have multiple interfaces) ? I can't try this yet as I just have
> one interface.
> 2. Does container and host use different routing tables / VRFs ?
Yes, the virtualization begins at the network layer 2 and a virtual
interface is created for the container.
Look at the lxc.conf man page and the doc/examples configuration files.
A quick start:
lxc-execute -n foo -s lxc.network.type=macvlan -s lxc.network.link=eth0
-s lxc.network.flags=up -s lxc.network.ipv4=220.127.116.11 -- /bin/bash
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