I know this question was asked many time before but after reading lot of materials I can’t properly configure this.
Setup is as follows:
2 Hosts, 4 interfaces each.
1 interface connected to internet in each host
2 bridges created, one for private networking one for public
For the public bridge the associated interface is obviously one connected to internet
Everything works ok but internet. I can ssh into VMs, they see each other, etc. but I can’t resolve an ip from the outside.
For configuring bridges I am currently using netplan as follows:
br-pub: interfaces: [xyz2] addresses: [y.50.50.10/24] nameservers: addresses: [188.8.131.52] dhcp4: yes dhcp6: yes
Then in ONE there are 2 virtual networks configured, one using br-vm while the other br-pub.
After trying with VNF and traditional Virtual Router (none worked) I tried something really simple, which is creating a VM (Ubuntu 18) attaching both vnets, since I presume in such case internet should be reachable directly in the VM without passing through the router, but it is not working either.
So the question is: Am I missing a piece here? I think I am doing something wrong but I am not able to see what.
VM: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (KVM) pulled from marketplace
I don’t put here steps to reproduce since I think this is not a bug but, as said, a misconfiguration from my side.
Any help is gonna be really appreciated.