OpenVZ Different Gateways IP Ranges, Unpingable From Outside World "feature" Any Fix?

Dec 5, 2008

OpenVZ different gateways IP ranges, unpingable from outside world "feature" any fix?

The server main IP (eth0) is, the allocation is - being the GATEWAY.

The ADDITIONAL IP allocation is, being the GATEWAY.

Now, if I be specific on /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and declare everything like so:


Please ignore all the above IPs config.

Now, using that VE nodes on the range are unpingable. How can I fix that?

Please take note that I remove all settings from ifcfg, and leave IPADDR and GATEWAY, the internet can ping the nodes. But within the no-one can ping the nodes on the range ( Which is my problem, that I came here to solve).

Here's the VE ...

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