On Thu, Jun 02, 2011 at 06:07:27PM +0300, Alexey Eromenko wrote:
> Hi All,
> (I randomly came across "http://virtualbricks.eu/" which mentions this
> capabilities to attach host??2host and wire2host. Can it also attach
> UDP Tunnel to VDE switch ?)
For what concerns Virtualbricks, we are already supporting female plugs
(full support coming in 0.5), so it is basically allowed to connect two
virtual machines without a switch in the middle. I tested a setup like
But we are planning to support "switchless" connections for other devices
as well: simple cables, wirefilters, encrypted tunnel endpoints (cryptcab).
For instance it should be possible a setup like this to connect two guests
running on two different physical hosts:
For what concerns UDP (unencrypted) plugs, we are looking forward for the
new vde_plug features, but since virtualbricks is written in python,
most of our work will tend to be based on python libvdeplug support.
For instance we recently re-implemented the switch-to-switch "local" cable
in virtualbricks: before we were spawning three processes with the well-known
"dpipe vde_plug A = vde_plug B", now we are using the following code in a
v0 = VdePlug.VdePlug(self.wire.plugs.sock.path)
v1 = VdePlug.VdePlug(self.wire.plugs.sock.path)
p = select.epoll()
res = p.poll(0.250)
for (f,e) in res:
if f == v0.datafd().fileno() and (e & select.POLLIN):
buf = v0.recv(2000)
if f == v1.datafd().fileno() and (e & select.POLLIN):
buf = v1.recv(2000)
It is very likely that we will have a similar approach to connect virtual
devices across different physical hosts, with pyton UDP sockets in the middle.
We know this is a redundant solution if libvdeplug already support UDP
communication, but it is cleaner from the point of view of the python
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