Hi Herbert, list
> > I've managed to get both PPP links up, one in each Vserver. Problem
> > is that they both try to change the default route for their server,
> > and these routes filter through to the base machine and from there
> > to the other Vserver.
> > Is there a flag that will allow each Vserver to have its own routing
> > table?
> no, but you can use multiple routing tables to
> set this up on the host system ...
Would you know which FM I'm to R to do this? I assume I'll have to dust
off my "ip rule" knowledge here...
What I'm trying to accomplish is to have multiple dial-out servers
connect to multiple destinations independently of one another; while all
the time having them live happily together inside one physical server.
This would be easy enough to using Xen in VTx capable servers, but that
is a luxury I don't have.
Since these are going to be used as dial-out servers (to measure
response time and other metrics) inter-server security is not that
important, I'll harden the physical server against intrusion as much as
* Multiple VEs are up and stable.
* VEs see their serial devices (all mapped to "/dev/modem").
* Connecting to "/dev/modem" using "cu -l" gives sane results.
* PPP connections establishes fine when tried individually.
* Trying to bring up more than one PPP interface at a time causes
the second to abort when it tries to set a default route.
Any suggestions and/or tips?
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