From: John Goerzen (jgoerzen_at_complete.org)
Date: Tue 03 Dec 2002 - 21:44:27 GMT
In article <20021203114256.a9242d4f524c_at_remtk.solucorp.qc.ca>, Jacques Gelinas wrote:
>> Of course, the problem is that vserver doesn't yet support multiple IP
>> addresses from different subnets, so at the moment they can't communicate to
>> anyone else. I'm just saying, if that problem gets fixed, then you get this
>> one for free :-)
> I don't understand. A vserver can talk to another vserver using whatever IP
> the second is using, be it on the same subnet or not. This is irrelevant.
> Do you have an example.
Sure. Host machine has two Ethernet interfaces. eth0 is at 192.168.1.1 and
eth1 is at 10.0.1.1. There is no gateway between these networks.
Vserver A has IPROOT at 192.168.1.2.
Vserver B has IPROOT at 10.0.1.1.
How can vserver A talk to vserver B?
There does not appear to currently be a way.