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accepted Apache can't get viewed from outside of my LAN
Jul
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asked Network routing for multiples public ip?
Jul
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comment Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
Just one more thing, eth1, eth2 and eth3 are for failover ips? Because I have it for that, but I do not add them to the bridge
Jul
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accepted Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
Jul
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comment Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
I finally fixed it by creating a "manual" bridge in /etc/network/interfaces instead of let XEN to do it
Jul
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comment Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
And with Debian guest everything works fine. It's just with HVM Win2k8. I don't know why but it does not create a right bridged interface
Jul
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comment Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
peth0 is created by default by Xen. My /etc/network/interfaces does not have a bridge created, as you can see. It is being created by xen when a VM is created
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revised Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
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asked Xen HVM Windows 2008 network bridge
Jul
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comment NFS and KVM. Slow Speed
I already have the NFS solution, limited to the FastEthernet 10MB/s speed. But I figure out that there is any other possibility to improve that speed, I don't know if without or what, to not wasting my SATA HDD speed. They are only virtual machines, the HDD is the same
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comment NFS and KVM. Slow Speed
I already knew thar. I am asking if there any other solution to my scenario
Jun
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accepted DNS propagation delay or bad configuration?
Jun
30
revised how connect to local mysql server (LAN)
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Jun
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comment how connect to local mysql server (LAN)
So you don't have the server in LAN.
Jun
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comment how connect to local mysql server (LAN)
if there are on LAN you could get with ifconfig,yes. It's the inet addr. So if there are on LAN, pretty sure they will have a ip like 192.168.1.x
Jun
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comment how connect to local mysql server (LAN)
I mean that your HTTP server has 192.168.1.1 for example and DB server has 192.168.1.2. So in your DB server /etc/hosts you have to have 192.168.1.1 web-server and in your HTTP server 192.168.1.2 db-server That way the server could resolve between themselves
Jun
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revised server host name and server ip address redirect (Debian, Apache)
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Jun
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comment how connect to local mysql server (LAN)
Ok, so you have to put in HTTP server /etc/hosts: ip-db-server db-server