Using two different Ip Scopes

JasonLucas82

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I am curious if there is away to do this without expensive hardware. .. What I am looking to do is separate one particular VM from my Host/VM ip scope. My host and VMs currently using 192.168.0.0/24 but I have a linux vm that is accessible from the outside via SSH and would like to separate it for security.. if possible maybe even using 10.10.0.0/24. Can I set up a second data center on the box and just create it in that? do I need to do it with a virtual adapter? Any assistance would be helpful
 
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Dunuin

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You could create a second linux bridge running on 10.10.0.0/24 and then run a firewall VM like OPNsense that sits in both subnets and routes between them. Look for "DMZ" tutorials if you want a isolated subnet. That should work without adding any new hardware.
 
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