Openvz offers two options to connect your containers to the network: venet and veth. Read about the differences here
I’m doing this install on a centos 5.2 and ovzkernel 2.6.18.
You need bridge-utils package:
yum install bridge-utils
Adding a veth to a virtual machine is easy enough:
vzctl set 110 --netif_add eth0 --save
The problem is that nothing works actually out of the box, since the kernel doesn’t know what to do with the packages that get out of the virtual ethernet devices thus created (veth110.0 in our case). Continue Reading
Quick, quick quick…
I’m doing this install on an old dell 1850, and did on a R300 and worked as well.
My architecture is for both platforms x86_64.
1. netinstall the host system : I use a barebones system (with nothing selected on the setup i.e. no gnome or any kind of x) Continue Reading