I have two separate jails that are not visible to each other. There is no sharing of tun* interfaces in the devfs.rules. However, when I create the tun0 interface in Jail 1, I encounter difficulties creating the same interface, tun0, in Jail 2. Upon attempting, I receive a message indicating...
Hello, I'm in the process of migrating a bigger hosting site from Ubuntu to FreeBSD and the hoster where I need to migrate all this runs OpenStack. From there I get two FreeBSD VMs, bsd-01 and bsd-02, I'm running bastille on both nodes in order to setup jailed environments.
I create compute-01...
I am trying to compile a minimal kernel for my old server, I don't use IPv6 so I decided to remove from kernel image, all seems to work correctly except iocage.
I have confirmed that INET6 is not present in my custom kernel:
sysctl kern.conftxt|grep INET
And I have configured...
drill resolves r0.z201 correctly to 192.168.201.1.
host resolves r0.z201 correctly to 192.168.201.1.
ping works when given argument 192.168.201.1.
ping doesn't work when given argument r0.z201. (fails to resolve)
When using truss I can see that
does already exist a tool which setups networks and hostname lookups for jails so that services in jails can find and communicate to each other in a safe but also dynamic way on multiple hosts?
More or less like it is done by Docker Swarm or K8.
Hello, in short:
A Jail is installed. Can start and stop and connect to it. Inside its running an Apache web server. Some simple Website exists.
Starting the jail and make a test like this works:
printf "HEAD / HTTP/1.1\r\nHost: <www.example.com>t\r\n\r\n"
also telnet <www.example.com> 80...
I have a network interface alias which I declared in /etc/rc.conf, as follows:
The jail is configured to use 192.168.1.17 (and two other jails...
I'm new to jails, but like to try them. I read different solutions, but can not find a answer for my questions. Maybe jails not working for me, because of my configuration settings. One of the question is:
I run a internet server and got only one real Internet-IP from the provider.
I use the...
Hi, i use several Jails. When I upgraded the host from 12.2 to 13.0 (the Jails where upgraded, too) I realised that networking between the host and the Jails was really slow (after the upgrade). So I created a new Jail with 13.0-Release and networking was slow. Pinging the Jail IP from the host...
ok, so I'm about to give up here.. banging my head against the wall
the answer is probably obvious, but for a newbie this is... frustrating
I've tried to follow a bunch of tutorials but for the life of me, I can't get my jails to reach the internet
need some advice
This is on a fresh install of...
Hello, I have set up an jail with ezjail while following this handbook tutorial.
After setting it up, my physical interface that host uses has two IPs, one for jail one for host. For some programs listening on all IPs in host's interface this is not ideal. Can I add a virtual interface with its...
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I have successfully set up a jail following genneko's notes on setting up a jail in FreeBSD. However after installing and enabling Wireguard every single boot time, my jail has no network. I modified genneko's jails into making one jail by the way. Here's how my set up is looking at the moment...
I'm creating a series of network gateway/tunnels with vnet and jails (FreeBSD 12.1p8). The topology looks something like this:
NICjail: Contains the physical NIC (igb0), bridge0, and epair members for connection to other tunnel jails (VPNs, Tor, I2P).
VPN1jail: Connects to NICjail via epair...