Re: Help with libvirt

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El 11/4/22 a les 15:06, Eduardo Kiassucumuca ha escrit:
Good morning I'm Eduardo, a computer science student and I'm doing a final course work focused on virtualization. The work consists of creating virtual machines on a server and allowing ssh access to the virtual machines that are on the server containing qemu/kvm/libvirt. The problem is that I can't access the virtual machines from an external network but I can access them inside the server. I would like to know what would be the best way since we want to have a single public ip and be able to have a reverse proxy to access the virtual machines, I would like to know from your experience what you recommend?

Hello Eduardo. I am afraid I am promoting our own project now. :)

We have a feature in Ravada VDI to easily expose ports. It was
a feature created for students virtual machines in a classroom.
But it can be applied anywhere.

Hope this helps.

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