[one-users] Dynamic firewall like Amazon

Rangababu Chakravarthula rbabu at hexagrid.com
Tue Feb 1 11:43:53 PST 2011

There was a post long back that talks about the same.

specifically the following text

>* * additional firewall to open some specific ports like what EC2 is offering
This is quite interesting. With the hook system we can have this very
easily. We may just add the relevant information in the VM template
and pass it to a hook that would setup the iptables in the cluster

As I said all the machinery to implement this policies is in place and
should only require a bit of scripting effort. This is in fact one of
the goals of 1.4.0. We'd glad to help you work on this...



On Tue, Feb 1, 2011 at 1:12 PM, Toens Bueker <
toens.bueker at lists0903.nurfuerspam.neuroserve.de> wrote:

> Zeeshan Ali Shah <zashah at pdc.kth.se> wrote:
> > No Firewall yet  , that is i am asking how to put mechanism like
> > Security Group of amazon . preferably with out any HW (if possible)
> OpenNebulas components allow you to implement and manage virtual
> networks on physical infrastructure.
> I'm not really sure where a "NATing device" should be implemented. As
> you use the Xen hypervisor you could implement routed (not bridged)
> network interfaces.
> But that is not an issue, which would be solved in a management
> software component like OpenNebula (as there are so many possibilities
> to implement such a solution).
> If you have a solution for your problem, I'm sure it should be
> possible to adapt OpenNebula to it.
> Regards,
> Töns
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