[Netkit.users] only one access at a time? (to the virtual
Miguel Angel Ruiz
maruiz a ec.gba.gov.ar
Mar 22 Nov 2005 22:50:24 CET
Hi Massimo, and all
what I need is, for example, if I have 30 virtual machines, from Internet
they can accede simultaneously, (to the virtual surroundings), 3 or 4 users,
to form zebra, with OSPF, for example.
it is possible?
pd: my congratulations by its excellent work
----- Original Message -----
From: "Massimo Rimondini" <rimondin at dia.uniroma3.it>
To: "Users of the Netkit Network Emulation System"
<netkit.users at did.dia.uniroma3.it>
Sent: Saturday, November 19, 2005 1:25 PM
Subject: R: [Netkit.users] only one access at a time?
I'm not sure I have actually catched your problem. Netkit virtual machines
can be "made" multiuser exactly the same way as you would on real hosts.
That is, use the "adduser" command to add the desired user accounts.
But is it that useful? Perhaps what you really want to achieve is to have
different consoles on the same machine, enabling you to perform several
simultaneous operations (regardless of the user identity). You can do this
by using either one of the following methods:
- launch "screen" inside a virtual machine and you get as many consoles as
you want; to get help about keyboard shortcuts to be used to switch from a
console to another, use [Ctrl+A, ?];
- use the --con1 option of vstart; this allows you to get an additional
window on the same virtual machine.
Da: netkit.users-bounces at list.dia.uniroma3.it
[mailto:netkit.users-bounces at list.dia.uniroma3.it]Per conto di Miguel Angel
Inviato: mercoledý 16 novembre 2005 22.59
A: netkit.users at dia.uniroma3.it
Oggetto: [Netkit.users] only one access at a time?
only one access at a time?
I read that is not multiuser, but, can be caused that different users
interact with certain routers/switch virtual? For example, five users
accede simultaneously, but to -different- virtual machines.
I thank for any idea.
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