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2 different networks on same VE [message #49036] Thu, 28 February 2013 05:19 Go to next message
TheGreatDoc is currently offline TheGreatDoc
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Registered: February 2013
Location: España
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From: *tvt-datos.es
Hi all,

I have a HN with 2 NIC in different subnets.

eth0 is 84.232.ab.8
eth1 is 172.20.20.253

Both networks works well if I only set one ip on the VE, but if I try to set both, the second one will not route.

Example.

VE with 172.20.20.252 will work perfectly with my internal network
VE with 84.232.ab.55 will work perfectly with my internal network

But, if I setup a VE with Primary IP 172.20.20.252 and Secondary 84.232.ab.55 only 172.20.20.252 will work, while 84.232.ab.55 will only be able to ping or communicate with HN.

If I switch primary and secondary, being 84.232.ab.55 primary ip address and 172.20.20.252 secondary, 84.232.ab.55 will work and 172.20.20.252 will only ping/communicate with HN.

System is a debian with Linux virt2 2.6.32-5-openvz-686

I also need to say I have one VE with IPv4 and IPv6 address and both work well.

In Attachment are the info about rules, routes, etc...
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Re: 2 different networks on same VE [message #49076 is a reply to message #49036] Fri, 15 March 2013 06:04 Go to previous message
TheGreatDoc is currently offline TheGreatDoc
Messages: 3
Registered: February 2013
Location: España
Junior Member
From: *tvt-datos.es
No ideas on what can be wrong in my configuration?
Is this not possible to do with openvz?

Thanks in advance
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