[CentOS] Virtualization Networking
tdukes at palmettoshopper.com
Fri Sep 30 02:54:15 UTC 2016
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> From: centos-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On
> Behalf Of Gordon Messmer
> Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2016 11:47 AM
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> Subject: Re: [CentOS] Virtualization Networking
> On 09/28/2016 08:43 AM, tdukes at palmettoshopper.com wrote:
> > I have one of those free domains/DNS from no-ip.com,
> > centos7vm.ddns.net I plan to use as the host name.
> > I want to be able to access this VM from the internet.
> > This is what I was seeing. Either it lands on the DSL router's login
> > page or the host's website.
> If you only have one address, you'll need to configure port forwarding or
> "bastion host" from that DSL router (whatever it supports). Your
> address will simply point at that host.
> > So, how much in the network setup for the new installation do I need
> > to do? Do I need to go with NAT or bridged?
> You have a couple of options for VMs that you want to access from the LAN.
> The best documented and probably most widely used is bridged.
> That one also probably requires the most setup:
> You can also use macvtap, which doesn't require the use of a special
> interface, but you do have to enable hairpin mode if you want the KVM
> guest to be able to access its guests. I honestly can't find much useful
Thanks, I am running 6.8.
For whatever reason, the default NAT setup no longer works. I got some kind
of bridge network (mactap) setup that has access to the outside but I still
can't connect locally.
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