I'd like to use juju on my server at home to get to know juju and play with it. I have multiple computers and would like to access what's on the server from any of them. When I went through the tutorial it setup juju okay, but only exposed the services to the local machine. I want to expose them to the whole network. How can I do this?
Note: my server already exists and is running 12.04, I don't want to reinstall it using maas just to get juju working. I also don't want to run this "in the cloud" on ec2 or any other provider because I want to try this out on my own machine under my control on my network.
- No firewall
- No blocking, all ports open
- Yes. All computers on the LAN (192.168.1.0/24) can see the server (homeserver.local) on 192.168.1.2
- Pretty standard wired and wifi with one DHCP server dishing out IP addresses in the above range
- Setup correctly (just started again from scratch) and followed tutorial Luis directed me to, here's the results:- http://paste.ubuntu.com/5714640/
- juju status showed above.
So, all running okay, but the main issue is that the containers have IP addresses locally assigned on the server, which are only accessible on the server itself. While I could go around setting up ssh port forwarding all over the place to access the 10.x IP addresses from the 192.168.1.0/24 range, this seems overcomplicated and unnecessary. I'd like the containers exposed over my LAN.