Run many jails that each serve their own ssh. I got about as far as getting the jails running and then hit a wall with networking.
It seemed simple enough going in but I'm completely crashing and burning for some reason. Any help would be appreciated.
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I'm having issues with VNET on my FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE-p11 host running on a cloud VPS.
After some other problems previously discussed in this thread, I'm now stuck with the following issue:
I have a very simple VNET jail setup (config see below) and tried to manually assign it an epair...
I have a VNET jail that uses epair interfaces and noticed I can ping to and from the jail without issues until I reboot the jail. After that I cannot ping anymore, but from inside the jail I can ping to the gateway or to other hosts on my network.
Pf is disabled on both sides.
Both are running...
I'm trying to setup a separate subnet for my jails, and I think I have everything setup correctly, but am unsure.
Here is the Switch:
trunk 45-48 Trk2 LACP
no ip address
Trunk 1 is the firewall, Trunk 2 is the server.
I know my...
I decided to share my setup for SLAAC on jail vnet.
1. Create bridge and epair interface in /etc/rc.conf
#Configure bridge interface for jails vnet
#epair0 - jail interface
cloned_interfaces="bridge0 epair0" #create bridge and epair
ifconfig_bridge0="ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx addm re0 SYNCDHCP"...
I am experiencing this odd issue when I restart one of my jails, which operates as the IPv6 router, does not respond to IPv6 packets, even though tcpdump reveals that it receives them. It isn't until it initiates a traffic with other hosts that it starts to respond. IPv4 works just fine.