In freebsd 13.1 release p1, I have installed bhyve following instructions from this page. a minimal version of debian, the installation went well except that the bridge specified did not work. I could finish installation, reboot the vm, and also could set up a script as outlined in Step 8 of...
I'd like to use Bhyve from virt-manager since its supposed to support Bhyve, but when I open it I'm greeted with the following:
Could not detect a default hypervisor. Make sure the appropriate QEMU/KVM virtualization packages are installed to manage virtualization on this host.
I can also try...
it's again me :) I would like to configure correctly the network interface of qemu because I want to grab the connection to internet while I'm installing freebsd 13 for arm64 on my jetson nano. I tried using several methods,but none worked,so I don't know what could be the problem and Im...
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 want to simulate at least 100 nodes of an 802.11s network, but each of the nodes has to run some java code.
The java code reads from the routing tables. The packages between the nodes as well as the network interfaces should be simulated.
Is FreeBSD/Jails a reasonable choice?
Greetings! I am having trouble understanding how to configure my network in the manner I desire. I googled around and searched the forums and have come across all kinds of stuff however I'm not sure what is best practice and such. I saw a lot of terms such as aliases, dummy interfaces, taps...
I'm trying to figure out whether/how it may be possible on FreeBSD to create a network subinterface with a different network subnet IP. I do not want to use the concept of "alias" (multiple IPs on single interface). I would like to use a subinterface of a parent.
On Linux I can do this...