On Thursday 04 January 2007 02:19, Andras GELANYI wrote:
> In a case when a pptp client is running a jail would be great. But in my
> opinion it is not possible because of the lack of special interfaces and
> facilities (eg. GRE) in jails.
You want to initiate the tunnel from within the jail? I think that's
not possible not only for pptp, but for all interface types inside a
jail(perhaps I am wrong, have no jail experience, but I think that's
an essential jail feature(not able to mess up with network interfaces)).
> Anyway. Could someone tell me whether it is possible or not?
> Does anyone know a solution for assigning a jail to a trusted network
> through a tunnel without any influence on the base system's networking?
I can use my pptp address from within a jail, of course the tunnel is already
up and visible to the base system. You can also get the "secondary IP address
effect" for your jail using a loopback interface. For example:
ng0 126.96.36.199 <-> 188.8.131.52
184.108.40.206 would also be your jail address, totally unrelated to the tunnel.
I am not sure what you are looking for. Perhaps
you should explain a bit further. Nikos
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