i just wondering about the network setup . as i know , if the host act as a gate way it also should has an internal IP so it can ping the umls .
if use a bridge , the bridge should be set of the external ip , and the umls will be setup the internal ip , and umls will use tapN,
but now in the host if ping umls obversily can't reach it (is that right just add a route to the host , umls can be reached ?
and add route in host like that addroute 192.168.0.0/24
tap0 [this command maybe wrong , you just know the meaning]
is that right ?
). i just don't understant how tap works . so if you give me a practical setup ,will be very appreciated.
also "exec linux ubd0=... umid=mytest eth0=..." , if edit the .bash_profile like that , it means the user can't login the host ? as he login the host ,will be redirect to uml ?
my understood is that , if the user login just start a uml instance for him . but if the uml instance is already there , how should i do ?
thank you for your help .
2006/6/19, Stefano Melchior <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
On Sun, Jun 18, 2006 at 06:07:44PM +0800, paul john wrote:
> as the subject,
> host has onely one ethernet interface . eth0 only
> one external ip 188.8.131.52, so i want use 192.168.1.0/24
by umls .
you need to set up the host as a gateway for your "internal" traffic, so
that all the packet arriving from eth0 can be redirect in the proper way
to the internal network.
> and if above is solved, we only have on problem . how to
> ssh umls from the external network exmaple internet , i think we only can
> access 184.108.40.206 ,so we must setup a ssh gate,
if you choose to redirct ssh traffic on a specific port for ssh you can
manage, via iptables, the traffic from outside to the specific uml
> is there a soft like that , users can login 220.127.116.11 with a username
> password ,the ssh gate forward to the internal uml he can loged in .
if you prefere you can launch an uml system at the login of a specific
user, just by adding the following command to the .bash_profile of this
exec linux ubd0=... umid=mytest eth0=...
(obviously to customize the ... field). Rmember that the user must belong
to the uml-net group!
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