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Modifying sysctl values inside lxc container

I have made several linux containers using the normal userspace tools (not docker), and I have been setting up a test environment. I want to set up two containers to try out heartbeat, which requires ...
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102.04 LXC unable to create macvlan

I'm having problems creating a macvlan for a container on 12.04. In a terminal it works fine: $> ip li add link eth0 mac0 type macvlan But when in a container config it give the error: ...
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Network configuration in LXC- unable to ping IPs except LXC container IP

I have installed ubuntu server 12.04. I have installed LXC container. I started LXC container using lxc-start -n conrainername logged in using lxc-console -n contaniername -t 1. I prompted to ...
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How to assign an address to an LXC container which is in the same subnet as host?

My host has address 192.168.1.222 and I want my LXC container to have address 192.168.1.88. With the veth interface I could only assign an address that's in different subnet, e.g. 192.168.2.88. But ...
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Another LXC Puzzle

So my server is running... Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 13.04 Release: 13.04 Codename: raring I stumbled onto lxc when I trying to find something to replace vmware on a small ...
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How do I assign an IP address to an LXC container? [duplicate]

I'm trying to start lxc containers with their own public ip address on the network. This is what I've tried so far: On the host The host machine has an IP address of 192.168.255.254. I added a ...
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After starting a particular LXC container with a static IP, no default gateway route is configured

I've got one LXC container that works just fine, but a 2nd one now is mis-behaving. I've configured a static route for it, but it just won't define a gateway after sudo services networking restart or ...
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What's the best way to configure the containers to have an IP directly on the LAN

I see that there are a lot of new ease-of-use improvements to LXC in 12.04 & 12.10, and although I see some description to setting up bridged networking such that my containers have their own LAN ...
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How do I setup an LXC guest so that it gets a dhcp address so I can access it on my network?

I setup LXC using: lxc-create -t ubuntu -n lxcguest1 But I can't access any services running on it from my LAN, it appears to be NATed. How do I set it up so that I can access it (it probably ...