Is it possible to set OSPFs areas in a XEN environment to setup a virtual cluster? Main intention is to avoid a external router since all VMs will run inside the same machine.
I have an Ubuntu 12.10 workstation with the following interfaces: eth0 : 10.11.1.15/24 lo:1 : 10.90.50.50/32 lo:2 : 10.1.100.100/32 tap0 : 10.5.200.200/24 As you can see, all IPs fit in 10.0.0.0/8 ...
In a given machine I have got two interfaces eth0 and eth1. Cisco routers are connected, to both interfaces, eth0 and eth1 and I want OSPF packets which arrives on eth0 to be forwarded to eth1 and ...
The Setup I have an OpenVPN server that acts as a central router. It is configured with "topology subnet" command. Clients are Debian Linux nodes and each have one (or more) subnets directly ...