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> Herbert Poetzl escribi�:
>> note, in recent kernels the local tables can be selected
>> independantly IIRC ...
> Hmm... one question not directly related to this.
> My guests work with 'eth0' interface but I've seen in some mails from
> the list that people make their guests work with the dummy0 interface.
> �What's the advantage of using it? I can't see the point :-?
for me, it means that i can have 'internal' vservers that are protected from
outside attack, but are still accessible for use by my other vservers - e.g. i
have a mysql vserver on an internal dummy interface, and also a development
vserver like this. another advantage is that i can set stuff up that would
normally require localhost (e.g. apache status monitoring) on the internal dummy
interface so that i can see it, but again it is not accessible by the world.
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Received on Thu Feb 15 10:35:30 2007