jail network configuration

Per olof Ljungmark peo at intersonic.se
Tue Jul 28 18:41:32 UTC 2015

On 2015-07-28 19:39, Terje Elde wrote:
> On 28. juli 2015, at 18:27, Per olof Ljungmark <peo at intersonic.se>
> wrote:
>> Is the following scenario possible (same network number):
>> Host IP x.y.z.1/24 on physical port 1 Host IP x.y.z.2/32 on
>> physical port 2 Jail IP x.y.z.3/32 on physical port 2
> Like Eichorn said, it's possible to configure things like that, but
> there might be some surprising results with regards to routing, and
> traffic flowing from your host.
> Whenever I see a question like this though, I wonder what you're
> actually trying to do. If you don't mind, it'd be interesting to hear
> about which problem you're trying to solve by configuring it like
> this. There's a good chance there could be a better way to solve
> things.
> If it's about load-balancing for example, then (dependig on switch
> etc), it could be a better idea to make a bundle out of the two
> interfaces, sharing their bandwidth.

Hi Michel and Terje,

As stated, I had my own doubts. There is no problems to solve right now
but more a question for future planning, good to know.


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