OpenBSD Journal

Virtualizing the OpenBSD Routing Table

Contributed by pitrh on from the proper-packet-punting dept.

Joel Knight wrote in to alert us to his recent article Virtualizing the OpenBSD Routing Table. In his cover message, Joel says,

I've written a blog entry about using routing domains on OpenBSD that I think might be of interest to Undeadly readers. It talks briefly about what routing domains are and how to configure them and then concentrates on how to pass traffic from one domain to another.

Joel's article gently introduces the reader to advanced routing concepts via straightforward OpenBSD commands anc config. Well worth your click and time!

(Comments are closed)

  1. By Denis (Denis) on

    Thank you very much for this tutorial !

  2. By Yendor (yendor) on



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