vimage and ipv4 addresses
luzar722 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 16 14:41:18 UTC 2017
Ben Woods wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Feb 2017 at 6:22 am, Ernie Luzar <luzar722 at gmail.com
> <mailto:luzar722 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Testing RELEASE 11.0 vimage. Using the bridge/epair method to configure
> network access for vnet jails. Issuing "ifconfig epairXb ipv4-address"
> command. A single ip address works fine, but if I say
> 10.0.10.2,10.10.10.3 I get error saying "bad value" If I issue the
> ifconfig command two times, once using each ip address then only the
> last ip address issued shows on the epairxb ifconfig list in the vnet
> jail. Is this telling me that a vnet jail can only have a single ipv4 ip
> address? Is the syntax of the command incorrect?
> On the other hand doing basically the same thing with ipv6 does not work
> that way. If I issue "ifconfig epairXb int6 ipv6-address" using a single
> ipv6 ip address it works fine, but if I say fc00::2,fc00::3 I get error
> saying "bad value" If I issue the ifconfig command two times, once using
> each ip address then both ipv6 address issued shows on the epairxb
> ifconfig list in the vnet jail.
> Any input greatly appreciated
> I believe you need to use the alias keyword to set multiple ip addresses
> on an interface.
> See this handbook article on how to set it in /etc/rc.conf
> See the ifconfig(8) man page for how to set it on the fly:
> Good luck!
Thanks that was the solution. First ipv4 address without alias and the
remaining ipv4 addresses as an alias. This also works for ipv6.
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