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I have bond0 with two physical interfaces in it. Normally I used to assign static IP address to this bond0 to set up internet connectivity on the server. Now, because of LXC virtual guests, I had to ...
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I have one physical server running kvm with 4 vms on it. For each vm i used an own IP address. Now my colocation provider is changing all IPs. What is the update strategy? Log in on each vm and ...
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Is it possible to bridge aliased interfaces? And use their standard "parent" interfaces independently with full functionality? Here's the scenario: I have a Linux based firewall and router with two ...