Hi everyone. I have a couple of questions. I want to use LXD/LXC in order to host a DHCP and DNS servers (one per container), and I hope to keep logs of the DHCP and DNS. My thought is to use syslog from the containers to an internal network - not on the host necessarily, but on the same network as the host. The DHCP and DNS container will be on a different, public network, and the host will be on an in-band network for management away from the clients that are using the DHCP and DNS on the containers.
Is it possible to create a secondary network between the containers and host network that would allow the containers to send their logs directly to the syslog server on the in-band network? Perhaps a host-only network where the containers can see out past the host and the host and containers can see each other, but past the host nothing can see the containers on that network?
The server has four interfaces. eth1 is for the host (in-band network)
eth2 - physical pass-through to the DHCP with a public IP to the range being allocated.
eth3 - physical pass-through to the DNS with a public IP to the range being allocated.
eth4 - unassigned.