[arch-general] need advices for the perfect web toolbox
arnaud.gaboury at gmail.com
Mon Dec 17 07:00:36 EST 2012
I think I will manage with bridging.
As for the virtualization, I didn't want to set up all this stuff on
my box, for safety reasons. It took time to configure correctly my
Arch and don't want to break anything with new stuff. Breaking a
virtualized machine is more simple :-)
On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 12:57 PM, Paul Gideon Dann <pdgiddie at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Monday 17 Dec 2012 12:34:42 arnaud gaboury wrote:
>> Now my issue is to connect guest host to its domain naime. Did register
>> public static IP to my domain naime seller.
>> I am looking to avoid web - - > router ––> host ––> http guest server. I
>> am scratching my head to figure out how to avoid the host forwarding. My
>> router can assign the IP to one of the machine. Unfortunately, I did not
>> use br0,bridge, but vibr0 on NAT and the router can't see the guest. The
>> guest is getting its IP from host httpcd. Not a good way I think. It will
>> generate too much forwarding.
> If your guest is behind NAT, there's no way you can avoid forwarding. I still
> think you're making life hard for yourself. Virtualisation is an added
> complication here. But if you're dead set on it, you'll need to change the
> network interface so that the guest is directly visible on the same physical
> network as the host, so the guest gets its IP directly from the router.
> I don't know how that's done with qemu, I'm afraid. Sorry I can't help any
> more with this.
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