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Configuring public IP addresses on cloud servers for LXD containers

You have a cloud server and you got more than one public IP addresses. How do you get those additional IP addresses to associate to specific LXD containers? That is, how do you get your LXD container to use a public IP address? This post has been tested with a packet.net baremetal server. Prerequisites You …

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How to make your LXD containers get IP addresses from your LAN using a bridge

Background: LXD is a hypervisor that manages machine containers on Linux distributions. You install LXD on your Linux distribution and then you can launch machine containers into your distribution running all sort of (other) Linux distributions. In the previous post, we saw how to get our LXD container to receive an IP address from the …

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How to make your LXD containers get IP addresses from your LAN using macvlan

WARNING #1: By using macvlan, your computer’s network interface will appear on the network to have more than one MAC address. This is fine for Ethernet networks. However, if your interface is a Wireless interface (with security like WPA/WPA2), then the access point will ignore any other MAC addresses coming from your computer. Therefore, all …

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