I'm usually pretty good at finding answers on my own, but I've only been
able to find information in regard to private UML networks and NAT etc.
I have some UMLs that are unable to access the network beyond the host.
Here is the scenario:
(Sorry about the "999", I'm using routable IPs)
Host IP (br0): 999.999.165.229
UML IP (tap1): 999.999.165.231
UML IP (tap2): 999.999.160.52
Now the first UML instance, tap1 165.231, can get to the network beyond
the host, but the second cannot.
While searching the net for my answer, I did find some info that seemed
to imply I must alias a similar IP to the bridge so I did, Host br0:1
999.999.160.49. Now the host and the second UML can reach each other,
but it still can't get beyond the host.
Must the host be setup as a gateway? Do I need to use iptables etc?
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