From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Thu 02 Dec 2004 - 15:13:57 GMT
On Thu, Dec 02, 2004 at 12:08:54PM +0100, Lars E. D. Jensen wrote:
> > > Host server /etc/network/interfaces:
> > > auto eth0
> > > iface eth0 inet static
> > > address xxx.xxx.134.227
> > > netmask 255.255.255.248
> > > network xxx.xxx.134.224
> > > broadcast xxx.xxx.134.231
> > > gateway xxx.xxx.134.225
> > >
> > > Is it because of a misconfiguration of the vservers or the network maybe?
> > > The host server is using xxx.xxx.134.xxx and the vservers use
> > > xxx.xxx.132.xxx, could that influence on anything?
> > well, yes, but if xxx.xxx.132.118 is working fine, then
> > the same setup for the others should work fine too ...
> > I would assume that the following scenario:
> > - the xxx.xxx.134.227/29 has a default gateway, which is
> > the attached router xxx.xxx.134.225 ...
> > - the xxx.xxx.132/24 would use some different default gw
> > - you have only one gateway configured
> > - the router does only accept the 132.118 on the 'wrong'
> > xxx.xxx.134.225 gateway ...
> > in any case, this can easily be debugged by somebody
> > who can check (or mirror) the router port ...
> Ok, can I set the vservers to use another gateway/router
> than the host server?
yes, you have to use policy routing and specify a different
gateway for the packets coming from xxx.xxx.132/24 ...
> My ISP told me to try xxx.xxx.132.114
> Med venlig hilsen / Best regards
> Lars E. D. Jensen
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