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[Xen-users] Network security

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  • From: "Andrew W." <andrewinet@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2006 10:31:37 -0400
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Hello all,
New to the list, so please bear with me.  I'm trying to configure a bunch of domU's that will be controlled by various untrusted sysadmins.  I want to prevent them from attempting to steal each other's IP addresses.  This won't need RFC1918 address space; I have globally routable IPs.  My requirements are simply one IP per domU, with the ability to route additional blocks (maybe a /29 or /30) to individual domU's as necessary.
I'm not opposed to using iptables or any other such trickery to accomplish this.  Comments?
Andrew Wang
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