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Brandon helsley
After building a jail I am unable to install pkgs. Am I missing necessary networking in my jail or is the firewall on the host not letting jail traffic through? Or both? Please help. Thanks

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Re: Configuring jails

Noon OG
Hey Brandon,

Have you check'ed if you've got a /etc/resolv.conf file ? (inside the jail?)

Might just be that.



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> After building a jail I am unable to install pkgs. Am I missing necessary
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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
No I don't. Do I just cp from the host to jails /etc/?

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Hey Brandon,

Have you check'ed if you've got a /etc/resolv.conf file ? (inside the jail?)

Might just be that.



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After building a jail I am unable to install pkgs. Am I missing necessary networking in my jail or is the firewall on the host not letting jail traffic through? Or both? Please help. Thanks

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Re: Configuring jails

Dan Langille
That's a start.

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> On May 3, 2020, at 8:38 PM, Brandon helsley <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> No I don't. Do I just cp from the host to jails /etc/?
>
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>
> Hey Brandon,
>
> Have you check'ed if you've got a /etc/resolv.conf file ? (inside the jail?)
>
> Might just be that.
>
>
>
> On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 1:13 AM Brandon helsley <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
> After building a jail I am unable to install pkgs. Am I missing necessary networking in my jail or is the firewall on the host not letting jail traffic through? Or both? Please help. Thanks
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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?

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That's a start.

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> On May 3, 2020, at 8:38 PM, Brandon helsley <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> No I don't. Do I just cp from the host to jails /etc/?
>
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>
> Hey Brandon,
>
> Have you check'ed if you've got a /etc/resolv.conf file ? (inside the jail?)
>
> Might just be that.
>
>
>
> On Mon, May 4, 2020 at 1:13 AM Brandon helsley <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
> After building a jail I am unable to install pkgs. Am I missing necessary networking in my jail or is the firewall on the host not letting jail traffic through? Or both? Please help. Thanks
>
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Re: Configuring jails

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On 04/05/2020 01:42, Brandon helsley wrote:
> Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?
>
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Useful point to start if you are really asking for help

On both the host and the jail, if you could please run and post the
result of
uname -a
ifconfig
mount

on the host, please run (and post the result of)
cat /etc/jail.conf

that gives people some point to try to figure out what is happening in
your system. Otherwise, it is like broadcasting a SOS without any detail
and expect people to rescue you from an obscured location . . .

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RE: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
uname -a: FreeBSD machine17.prtoto 12.1-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-P3 GENERIC amd64

cat /etc/jail.conf: manjail1 {
                               host.hostname="manjail1.proto";
                               ip4.addr=205.171.3.25";
                               path="/usr/jails/manjail1";
                               mount/devfs;
___________________ exec.clean;
___________________ exec.start="sh /etc/rc";
                               exec.stop="sh /etc/rc.shutdown";
}

pictures of ifconfig, and mount on the way momentarily.
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On 04/05/2020 01:42, Brandon helsley wrote:
> Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?
>
> Sent from Outlook Mobile<https://aka.ms/blhgte>
>
Useful point to start if you are really asking for help

On both the host and the jail, if you could please run and post the
result of
uname -a
ifconfig
mount

on the host, please run (and post the result of)
cat /etc/jail.conf

that gives people some point to try to figure out what is happening in
your system. Otherwise, it is like broadcasting a SOS without any detail
and expect people to rescue you from an obscured location . . .

All the best

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Re: Configuring jails

Shamim Shahriar
On 04/05/2020 09:12, Brandon helsley wrote:

> uname -a: FreeBSD machine17.prtoto 12.1-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-P3 GENERIC amd64
>
> cat /etc/jail.conf: manjail1 {
>                                 host.hostname="manjail1.proto";
>                                 ip4.addr=205.171.3.25";
>                                 path="/usr/jails/manjail1";
>                                 mount/devfs;
> ___________________ exec.clean;
> ___________________ exec.start="sh /etc/rc";
>                                 exec.stop="sh /etc/rc.shutdown";
> }
>
> pictures of ifconfig, and mount on the way momentarily.
>

The one you have posted (above) has several errors -- I am not sure this
is exactly what you have, as it is likely to throw a lot of errors as
you try to run the jails.

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

this is a good start.

Kind regards

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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
I don't have copy paste on my desktop so sending ifconfig will be difficcult. I can send mount though so you can hopefully tell me if there are any more errors.

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On 04/05/2020 09:12, Brandon helsley wrote:

> uname -a: FreeBSD machine17.prtoto 12.1-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-P3 GENERIC amd64
>
> cat /etc/jail.conf: manjail1 {
>                                 host.hostname="manjail1.proto";
>                                 ip4.addr=205.171.3.25";
>                                 path="/usr/jails/manjail1";
>                                 mount/devfs;
> ___________________ exec.clean;
> ___________________ exec.start="sh /etc/rc";
>                                 exec.stop="sh /etc/rc.shutdown";
> }
>
> pictures of ifconfig, and mount on the way momentarily.
>

The one you have posted (above) has several errors -- I am not sure this
is exactly what you have, as it is likely to throw a lot of errors as
you try to run the jails.

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

this is a good start.

Kind regards

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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
Mount: devfs on /usr/jails/manjail1/dev ( devfs, local, multilabel)
              devfs on /usr/jails/manjail2/dev
( devfs, local, multilabel)
I'm on zfs

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I don't have copy paste on my desktop so sending ifconfig will be difficcult. I can send mount though so you can hopefully tell me if there are any more errors.

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On 04/05/2020 09:12, Brandon helsley wrote:

> uname -a: FreeBSD machine17.prtoto 12.1-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-P3 GENERIC amd64
>
> cat /etc/jail.conf: manjail1 {
>                                 host.hostname="manjail1.proto";
>                                 ip4.addr=205.171.3.25";
>                                 path="/usr/jails/manjail1";
>                                 mount/devfs;
> ___________________ exec.clean;
> ___________________ exec.start="sh /etc/rc";
>                                 exec.stop="sh /etc/rc.shutdown";
> }
>
> pictures of ifconfig, and mount on the way momentarily.
>

The one you have posted (above) has several errors -- I am not sure this
is exactly what you have, as it is likely to throw a lot of errors as
you try to run the jails.

http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

this is a good start.

Kind regards

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Re: Configuring jails

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On 2020-05-03 19:42, Brandon helsley wrote:
> Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?

You are jumping too far ahead.  While being able to update packages
would prove that networking was up, not working does not prove anything
except that something is not working.

Your first step is to run "ifconfig".  Make sure that you have an IP
address.  If you do then run "netstat -rn" to see if you have a default
route.  If so then ping it.  If that works then try to ping something
outside of your network.  Try an IP address first and then try by name.
 The next step would be to update packages but we already know that that
doesn't work.

If you do the above then report back here when you get to the step that
failed.  Then we can help you investigate that.

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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
You said" If so then ping it. If that works then try to ping something
outside of your network. Try an IP address first and then try by name."

I found an ip address in ifconfig. Then I netstat -rn and ping default gateway
Ping gives me
64 bytes from 192.168.0.1: icmp_seq=71 ttl=64 time=2.628 ms

What is an ip address or name I can ping? What does this mean? Thanks.

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On 2020-05-03 19:42, Brandon helsley wrote:
> Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?

You are jumping too far ahead.  While being able to update packages
would prove that networking was up, not working does not prove anything
except that something is not working.

Your first step is to run "ifconfig".  Make sure that you have an IP
address.  If you do then run "netstat -rn" to see if you have a default
route.  If so then ping it.  If that works then try to ping something
outside of your network.  Try an IP address first and then try by name.
 The next step would be to update packages but we already know that that
doesn't work.

If you do the above then report back here when you get to the step that
failed.  Then we can help you investigate that.

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http://www.druid.net/darcy/                |  and a sheep voting on
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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
Could you guys still help me. Updating pkg In a jail not working after resolve.conf has been copied and did ping too ip from ifconfig and the default gateway. I did ping inside the jail and it works.

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You said" If so then ping it. If that works then try to ping something
outside of your network. Try an IP address first and then try by name."

I found an ip address in ifconfig. Then I netstat -rn and ping default gateway
Ping gives me
64 bytes from 192.168.0.1: icmp_seq=71 ttl=64 time=2.628 ms

What is an ip address or name I can ping? What does this mean? Thanks.

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On 2020-05-03 19:42, Brandon helsley wrote:
> Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?

You are jumping too far ahead.  While being able to update packages
would prove that networking was up, not working does not prove anything
except that something is not working.

Your first step is to run "ifconfig".  Make sure that you have an IP
address.  If you do then run "netstat -rn" to see if you have a default
route.  If so then ping it.  If that works then try to ping something
outside of your network.  Try an IP address first and then try by name.
 The next step would be to update packages but we already know that that
doesn't work.

If you do the above then report back here when you get to the step that
failed.  Then we can help you investigate that.

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http://www.druid.net/darcy/                |  and a sheep voting on
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Re: Configuring jails

Cédric Maunoury
Hi Brandon,

Maybe you can give a try to the « -c » option of pkg command to chroot during the upgrade... the network should not be an issue anymore.

It’s more a workaround...

Regards,

Cedric

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> Le 4 mai 2020 à 18:05, Brandon helsley <[hidden email]> a écrit :
>
> Could you guys still help me. Updating pkg In a jail not working after resolve.conf has been copied and did ping too ip from ifconfig and the default gateway. I did ping inside the jail and it works.
>
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> Sent: Monday, May 4, 2020 8:11:51 AM
> To: D'Arcy Cain <[hidden email]>; [hidden email] <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: Configuring jails
>
> You said" If so then ping it. If that works then try to ping something
> outside of your network. Try an IP address first and then try by name."
>
> I found an ip address in ifconfig. Then I netstat -rn and ping default gateway
> Ping gives me
> 64 bytes from 192.168.0.1: icmp_seq=71 ttl=64 time=2.628 ms
>
> What is an ip address or name I can ping? What does this mean? Thanks.
>
> Sent from Outlook Mobile<https://aka.ms/blhgte>
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>
>> On 2020-05-03 19:42, Brandon helsley wrote:
>> Doesn't work. I'm trying to update packages to see if networkings up. There must be a usual solution right?
>
> You are jumping too far ahead.  While being able to update packages
> would prove that networking was up, not working does not prove anything
> except that something is not working.
>
> Your first step is to run "ifconfig".  Make sure that you have an IP
> address.  If you do then run "netstat -rn" to see if you have a default
> route.  If so then ping it.  If that works then try to ping something
> outside of your network.  Try an IP address first and then try by name.
> The next step would be to update packages but we already know that that
> doesn't work.
>
> If you do the above then report back here when you get to the step that
> failed.  Then we can help you investigate that.
>
> --
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Re: Configuring jails

Brandon helsley
I still can not bootstrap pkg. What is the -c option? I noticed there's a -j option, but I don't know what these arguments or options are supposed to do and what the commands are I need to issue to get these jails up and running.

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Brandon helsley
What does ping do with those addresses btw? I'm trying to learn as much as possible about networking and rounting and don't get the manpages. They are very obscure for a beginner. Please share.

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I still can not bootstrap pkg. What is the -c option? I noticed there's a -j option, but I don't know what these arguments or options are supposed to do and what the commands are I need to issue to get these jails up and running.

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Brandon helsley
Message: error fetching HTTP://pkg.FreeBSD.org/FreeBSD:12:amd64/quarterly/Latest/pkg.txz: Non-recoverable resolver failure
A pre built version of pkg could not be found for your system
Consider changing PACKAGESITE or installing It from ports:...

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What does ping do with those addresses btw? I'm trying to learn as much as possible about networking and rounting and don't get the manpages. They are very obscure for a beginner. Please share.

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I still can not bootstrap pkg. What is the -c option? I noticed there's a -j option, but I don't know what these arguments or options are supposed to do and what the commands are I need to issue to get these jails up and running.

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Re: Configuring jails

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Ping confirms the two devices can communicate



On Mon, May 4, 2020, at 7:03 PM, Brandon helsley wrote:

> What does ping do with those addresses btw? I'm trying to learn as much
> as possible about networking and rounting and don't get the manpages.
> They are very obscure for a beginner. Please share.
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> I still can not bootstrap pkg. What is the -c option? I noticed there's
> a -j option, but I don't know what these arguments or options are
> supposed to do and what the commands are I need to issue to get these
> jails up and running.
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What's the point of adding a route or enabling nat and gateway? What would an example of adding a route be? And where and why do you get this ip addressm

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Ping confirms the two devices can communicate



On Mon, May 4, 2020, at 7:03 PM, Brandon helsley wrote:

> What does ping do with those addresses btw? I'm trying to learn as much
> as possible about networking and rounting and don't get the manpages.
> They are very obscure for a beginner. Please share.
>
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> I still can not bootstrap pkg. What is the -c option? I noticed there's
> a -j option, but I don't know what these arguments or options are
> supposed to do and what the commands are I need to issue to get these
> jails up and running.
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Re: Configuring jails

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Is IPv4 working?

  ping 8.8.8.8

Is DNS working?

  host fb.com

Is IPv6 working?

  ping6 fb.com

If you can pass those test, you have networking ready.

Next, can you ping the host for packages?

ping pkg.FreeBSD.org

Maybe pkg is tryign IPv6, try this:
  ping6 pkg.FreeBSD.org


Based on your error (resolver), your DNS is hosed.


Rudy


On 5/4/20 4:07 PM, Brandon helsley wrote:

> Message: error fetching HTTP://pkg.FreeBSD.org/FreeBSD:12:amd64/quarterly/Latest/pkg.txz: Non-recoverable resolver failure
> A pre built version of pkg could not be found for your system
> Consider changing PACKAGESITE or installing It from ports:...
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