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 From:  Xavier Beaudouin <kiwi at oav dot net>
 To:  "John Lewis" <john at bea dot com dot au>
 Cc:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Mono vs ESX GSX
 Date:  Mon, 21 Mar 2005 14:21:13 +0100

I have worked a lot about M0n0 and ESX... (not tested yet GSX...) but 
you will
be able to run only version <= 1.2beta5 because VMware ESX don't support
freeBSD 5.3 (or 5.4...).

I have asked them when they will support it, they said : "there is no 
at all to support freebsd 5.x"...


Bad news. So my project is now dead... thanks VMware...

(I was seriously thinking of using Xen instead, but freebsd/xen is for 
moslty unsupported and more or less unstable.... ;()...


Le 21 mars 05, à 09:30, John Lewis a écrit :

> Stumbled across Mono, and it looks good.
> But basically I am wondering about GSX and ESX servers.
> i.e.
> Mono appears to be a small price to pay to route traffic to my VM's, as
> it appears I get a central firewall and VPN etc for all VM's. Nuff 
> said.
> And appears I could install VM Workstation or VM GSX.
> (As a guess the difference between WStation and GSX is GSX allows you 
> to
> allocate two (or more) external IP's to internal VM's and two (or more)
> port 80's open at the same time ???)
> But is there a clever way to use ESX or is Mono doing the ESX thing ?
> Could using ESX, somewhere in the scenario, be of advantage in any way
> for someone only using one HDD ?
> i.e. if Mono and subsequent VM's were all in one compartment of ESX,
> what is this doing ?
> Perhaps this would allow me to place a web server unprotected and so I
> could watch hacking attempts from my secure server ????
> Thanks
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