From: Jon Bendtsen (jon+vserver_at_silicide.dk)
Date: Wed 03 Apr 2002 - 11:04:06 BST
Toni Mattila wrote:
> > > It seems like there is not much interest for such feature and I really don't
> > > understand why. I read the whole archive and found very few posts about it.
> > Because one can easily circumvent it.
> > Just make more vservers ;-0
> > Besides, how many IP's are really needed. one has 65k ports to choose
> > from.
> One application is when you offer so called private servers to customers
> who want to resell their private server for webhosting. And on webhosting
> side you have this wonderful SSL-compilication.
> So it's not quite out of this world to have on vserver with multiple IPs.
> And NATing the thing is really horrible way to do it, plus you have to
> explain the customer why is he using 172.16/16 addresses.
Okay, i get it now, i dont use ssl myself, and neither do we at work, so
never tried it beyond the user end, buying stuff at the net.
Can you start a vserver inside a vserver using a different ip than the