28.08.2015, 04:56, "Chris H" <bsd-li...@bsdforge.com>:
> I've been attempting to run jails on an 11-CURRENT
> for the purpose of building world/kernel && ports
> for all of our 9-STABLE production servers. I'm using
> standard/classic jail setup(s) -- not using any
> of the "convenience" ports/applications that abstract
> the process in any way.
> While everything seemed to go as intended/anticipated,
> I'm seeing things I *didn't* expect.
> The host network get's it's "public" IP from the router
> in front of it. From the router, I insure that it is
> allocated the same non-public IP everytime. So DHCP
> assigns it 192.168.0.100. I assigned the jail 192.168.0.103.
> SSHD is started within the jail, root IS allowed login.
> But any attempt to ssh to 192.168.0.103 from the host,
> ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host.
> SSHD id NOT running on the host.
> inetd_flags="-wW -a 192.168.0.100" and syslogd_flags="-ss"
> is set on the host via rc.conf
> second issue; loging into the jail, via jexex. If I perform:
> netstat -nr
> The following is returned:
> netstat: kvm not available: /dev/mem: No such file or directory
> Routing tables
> rt_tables: symbol not in namelist
> Any thought's jump out at anyone?
Direct kvm interface was removed from head a year ago.
What you can do is recompiling netstat binary from 9 with NewTree variable
defined to 1 and see if this helps.
Output will look a bit different, but you'll be able to see routing tables
Another option is merging r261207 and r263335.
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