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Re: [K12OSN] teaching kids sys admin with VM's





Les Mikesell wrote:
Rob Owens wrote:
If I was only going to allow ssh access I would probably use OpenVZ.

I didn't mean necessarily to only allow ssh. I just meant that to administer their virtual machine, they would need to connect remotely since they cannot run the virtual machine directly.

You can run NX/freenx over ssh if that's all you want to permit in. However I think in the previous post you suggested a separate bridged ethernet for each users. On the host side you can only set up bridging to physical interfaces. If you wanted to be restrictive, though you could configure host-only networking with a strictly virtual subnet and let the host do routing and firewalling.

I guess I was assuming this would be a separate box, firewalled from the LTSP network. You could then set up multiple bridges on a single physical network interface on the VM server. Maybe I'm not using the correct terminology there. I've got 6 "tap" interfaces working off of a single physical interface on my VM server. tap0, tap1, etc.

-Rob
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