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CentOS OpenVZ & IP routing [message #49012] Tue, 19 February 2013 23:01 Go to next message
JonyFX is currently offline  JonyFX
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Registered: February 2013
Location: Russia
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I recently got a dedicated server from Hetzner, however, they do not yeild any support, besides hardware support but I have a kinda major issue.

My problem (in short) is basically that IPs doesn't route to the correct container (VPS). I've been told by Hetzner themselfs that I should follow this guide: Cant post links... I did do so, however the Routed "Broute" didn't work, nothing changed, as far as I can tell. So I tried the Bridged mode. After doing as it said I did "service network restart" & it got stuck at Eth0, after like 20-30 seconds it said: "Connection error", as I assumed it broke. I then went into rescue mode to edit the config again & I found out that after removing: "BRIDGE=br0" from the eth0 file it went back to normal.

Here's my eth0 file:

SCOPE="peer xx.46.48.65" 

Not sure if IPv6 is relevant here, so I just added it, in case.

By using the IP (secondary one), I could connect to the server just fine, but it wouldn't redirect to the container.

Searching Google & this forum as well, I found this: Cant use links.... _in_the_same_range Yet bad luck, didn't work. Didn't change anything besides I had to restart the server after a while because it just shut down, basically. (I used the script as suggested)

Any ideas?
Re: CentOS OpenVZ & IP routing [message #49022 is a reply to message #49012] Sat, 23 February 2013 21:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ales is currently offline  Ales
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Well, unless you somehow tell us which guide you've followed, nobody can help you. We simply don't know what you did.

Try and post all the steps you did to set up your VM, exact commands if possible...
Re: CentOS OpenVZ & IP routing [message #49050 is a reply to message #49012] Tue, 05 March 2013 09:03 Go to previous message
erik is currently offline  erik
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Registered: March 2013
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Are you trying to use external ip's on the container, or do you want to redirect ports from host to internal network.

If external ip's, is it in the same network as the host ip? Or is i routed to you host ip?

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