Lorenzo Perone wrote:
>
>
> Hi, there's a patch by Bjoern A.Zeeb, available at
> http://people.freebsd.org/~bz/bz_jai...-at150161.diff
>
> which succeeds and works well with 7.1-PRERELEASE currently.
> I had similar issues to solve and patched several hosts
> with it, so far with success.
>
> Bjoern has made an excellent work in patching all
> relevant parts, so you'll be able to use the stock
> rc.d/jail script as well as having an updated manpage
> and a jls -v which shows all the IPs while preserving
> compatibility with scripts making assumptions on
> the usual jls output.
>
> Please see the freebsd-jail mailing list archives of
> the last weeks and months for more info.
>
> I hope very much that these patches will be included
> officially in RELENG_7 soon.
>
> Regards,
>
> Lorenzo
>
>
>
>
> On 28.10.2008, at 07:32, Charles Sprickman wrote:
>
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I've been searching around and have come up with no current
>> discussions on this issue. I'll keep it brief:
>>
>> In 7.0 or 7.1 is there any provision to have multiple IP addresses in
>> a jail?
>>
>> I'm stumped on this, as I just started a new hosting project that
>> needs a few jails. At least one of those requires multiple IPs,
>> which is something I never really even realized was not supported.
>> What puzzles me more is that before I decided to host this stuff
>> myself, I was shopping for FreeBSD VPS providers, and I noticed that
>> Verio is actually offering what looks like jails as VPSs, and they
>> are offering multiple IPs. Is this something they hacked up and did
>> not contribute back?
>>
>> Is there any firewall hackery to be had that can at least let me do
>> IP based virtual hosts for web hosting?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Charles
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Serious question here (not trolling).

These patches have been around for years, why have they never been
committed to trunk/stable?
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