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Old 07-16-2013, 07:33 AM   #1
supermega
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Dedicated NIC for a container (OpenVZ and others)


Hi,

my hardware node has 2 ethernet NICs: eth0 and eth1. I need a dedicated device for CT100:

eth0 - CT0 and other CTs
eth1 - CT100 (direct control, including VLANs)

I don't want virtual devices like veth (bridged to eth0).

Is it possible in OpenVZ? What about other platforms?

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