First, Thank you for your explain.
Honestly, I didn’t fully understand what you explained.
I know the purpose of using ipvlan as below.
- Parent interface is wireless
- Physical switch limits the number of MAC addresses allowed on a port (port security)
- interface performance drops because exceeded the number of different MAC addresses
If I am misunderstanding the purpose of using ipvlan or if there is any purpose I do not know, please explain.
I wanted to test it myself, but I couldn’t. It seems that I can’t update the lxd with snap yet.
When can I update lxd with snap? i will contact you again if testing is possible.
And one more question. Not ipvlan.
If the vhost_vsock module is supported in the kernel, is nested vm possible in lxd?
The last centos vm kernel update was also performed for nested vm testing. vhost_vsock is supported in main line kernel 5.6.12 (latest kernel).
For me, English is a difficult language. Please understand if the sentence is a little strange.
Thank you again for your kind and detailed answers.