Jails - IPv4 and IPv6
ultima at ultimasbox.com
Mon Aug 6 22:50:17 UTC 2018
VIMAGE is one way to go about it. Another is setting a
static address via "ip6.addr" if it is using a real interface
or a bridge. When using lo1 interfaces, I will just use the
private ipv6 subnet space, fd00::/8 and forward the traffic
required from the host to the jail. Really it all depends on
what you need or want to achieve.
On Mon, Aug 6, 2018 at 11:39 AM, Ernie Luzar <luzar722 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Philipp Vlassakakis wrote:
>> Hello, everybody,
>> does anyone use IPv4 and IPv6 in production jails and can provide
>> feedback about the configuration and stability of VIMAGE/VNET in FreeBSD
>> Currently I only use IPv4 in my jails (via NAT) and would like to switch
>> to VIMAGE and roll out IPv6.
>> How do you use IPv4 and IPv6 with jails?
>> Thanks and greetings
> I use VIMAGE/VNET jails with IPv4 & IPv6 addresses for public access.
> VIMAGE/VNET has been stable but only supports ipfw firewall which includes
> a bug where all the VNET jails IPFW firewalls log files write to the hosts
> IPFW firewall log intermingling the log records. I use qjail to create and
> manage my VIMAGE/VNET jails.
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