*** Technologies involved: Centos 6, Cloudmin for KVM script, one /29 Internet IP subnet. ***
This is a very quick 15-20 mins project hence the low-fixed budget of ***$30***.
- You will be given access my PC via Teamvviewer so I can see what you're doing
- You will be given SSH access to a server which will have a fresh minimal installation of Centos 6.x (64 Bit)
- The Cloudmin GPL for KVM script will be already sitting in a folder on the server, ready for you to run it.
- The Cloudmin GPL script takes approximately 5 mins -if not less- to install in the server. The script (as you MUST know already) installs everything required to have a KVM system, managed by Cloudmin web interface.
- THE IMPORTANT BIT:
As part of the script, the system ends up with a bridged network configuration, which if you don't configure it further and proceed to a reboot the server becomes inaccessible, You are therefore required to configure the networking part of the KVM system so it works AND routes a /29 subnet that I have to the VM guests. Please note that I want the VM guests to have the REAL IPs on them and NOT private addresses (i.e [url removed, login to view]). In other words there should be NO NAT involved in your configuration.
TESTING: You will download a pre-made Centos 6 VM template from inside Cloudmin (1-2 minutes) and you will use that to make a quick Centos VM guest. I should be able to connect to it via the Internet and confirm full Internet connectivity of the guest. If the guest responds as expected while having one of the /29 subnet IPs then your job is DONE.
CHEAT-SHEET:: I have here for you a link that does explain the networking process for a the same datacenter, with a /29 subnet, however on different OS and without Cloudmin!!!!
The link is in German but the important bits are self explanatory!
[url removed, login to view]
Thank you for bidding.