[one-users] onevnet range network handing without range

Steffen Neumann sneumann at ipb-halle.de
Thu Feb 3 15:13:11 PST 2011


from my old days I know about class A,B and C networks.
That definition is also used in the TYPE = RANGED
network definition. I see two problems there:

1) People might have different networks, 
   e.g. e.g. a with addresses 
   from approx. to

   the onevnet definition should be as flexible.

2) In my network, I want to have the 
   physical hosts on 10.20.0.x and virtual machines 
   on 10.20.1.y, essentially sharing the same subnet.

   onevnet is defined as class B, 
   but it will happily provide a lease colliding
   with my (dhcp-assigned) physical hosts.

   The onevnet RANGE definition should allow a real range, 
   similar to dnsmask's dhcp-range=,,1h

Or did I miss anything ?


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