On 04/18/2013 05:48 PM, Jiri Belka wrote:
On Thu, 18 Apr 2013 16:15:38 +0200
Andrej Bagon <andrej.ba...@arnes.si> wrote:
we are wondering how can we limit a user to use IPs we give him and not
Best is understood from an example:
- we give a user a quota (with x CPU, y memory and z disk space)
- a user can create one VirtualMachine with all the resources, or more
VirtualMachines with smaller resources.
- we want to give a user a pool of IPs. He should not use other IPs. If
he uses other IP it should not be routable.
Is there a solution for this problem?
* mirror port on your switch which is forwarded to a NIDS
and search for unauthoried IPs MACs pairs
"Software foo can to everything" solution:
* libvirt know nwfilter
* vdsm has hooks
thus combination of your own nwfilters, custom properties and vdsm
Or raise a RFE so we could assing nwfilters to a VM.
my take is that as long as you use an external ip allocation mechanism
(dhcp/static) - its up to you to limit.
once engine will do the allocations (IPAM, or L3), then quota's for IP
addresses could be relevant.
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