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accepted How to filter local traffic with iptables?
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comment How to filter local traffic with iptables?
Yes, after thinking about this for a bit, I agree that the linux box should be my router. I imagine I will need to configure all machines to have a default gateway to my linux box. Please let me know if this is incorrect.
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comment How to filter local traffic with iptables?
Ok, thank you for your advice.
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comment How to filter local traffic with iptables?
No, I did not think a router is needed in my setup, as it is only dealing with the LAN, but I might be missing something.
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comment How to filter local traffic with iptables?
My goal is to try and intercept data using iptables and then control the rate of transmission using tc as the data reaches its destination.
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comment VMware ESXi - what happens when unable to create a secondary instance of a VM for fault tolerance
In short, yes. I'm thinking the VM is either considered failed or FT has something up its sleeve where it will do a last ditch effort to just restart the VM on the current host. I think it is the first outcome, but I'm not positive.
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comment VMware ESXi - what happens when unable to create a secondary instance of a VM for fault tolerance
Initially, when a VM is configured for FT, a secondary instance is created for it. When the primary fails, the secondary instance takes over to become the primary and another secondary instance is created for that one. When there is no more resources to create another secondary instance when x failures occur, is it correct to assume that the VM is failed at this point and nothing else can be done about it? Hope that is clearer. Thanks!
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