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Managing Container Virtual Network Adapters This section provides information on managing virtual network adapters in Containers. Networking Modes In Parallels Virtuozzo Containers, any Container adapter can operate in one of the two network modes: ? hos...
Host-Routed Networking A virtual network adapter is automatically made for every Container on the Hardware Node during its creation. By default, it is set to work in the host-routed mode. The picture below provides an example of the Parallels Virtuozzo C...
Bridged Networking You can also make the virtual network adapter inside a Container operate in the bridged mode. The following figure represents an example of the Parallels Virtuozzo Containers network where all Containers (Container #1 and Container #2)...
Creating and Deleting Container Adapters A default virtual network adapter is automatically made for each Container during its creation. In Parallels Management Console, you can create additional virtual network adapters for your Containers and set their...
Configuring Container Network Adapter Parameters Along with creating new virtual network adapters and removing existing ones, you can perform a variety of other operations on Container adapters. In particular, you can do the following: ? Change the mode ...
Configuring Network Adapter Mode Sometimes, you may wish to change the networking mode in which a virtual network adapter is operating. To do this: 1 Select the Parallels Virtuozzo Containers item under the corresponding Hardware Node name. 2 In the Mana...
Managing Container MAC Addresses Each Container is assigned a default Media Access Control address (MAC address) during its creation. This MAC address remains in force during the whole Container life-cycle (i.e. from the Container creation to the Contain...
Configuring Container TCP/IP Settings Manually As any other standalone server, every Container must have a number of TCP/IP settings configured in the proper way to successfully operate on a TCP/IP network. These settings include: ? one or more IP addr...
Obtaining TCP/IP Settings Automatically Along with a static assignment of network parameters to a Container, you can make the Container receive its TCP/IP settings automatically using the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). This protocol enables ...
Connecting Bridged Containers to Network With the implementation of bridged virtual adapters allowing Containers to function as full participants on the network, it has become possible to include Containers in a wide range of network configurations the...