IPv6 allocations to downwards machine with just one /64

Anurag Bhatia
One of my friend went for a VM with a German hosting provider. He got single IPv4 (quite common) and a /64 IPv6. Overall /64 per VM/end server used to be ok till few years back but now these days running applications inside LXC containers (OS level virtualization) make more sense. This gives option to maintain separate hosting environment for each application. I personally do that a lot and infect blog which you are reading right now itself is on a LXC container.

Multiple IP's on Linux servers

Anurag Bhatia
One of things which people often asked me around in past was on how to have multiple IPs on Linux machine under various circumstances. I know there are ton of blog posts about this but very few explain how it works and possible options under different use cases etc. I will share router side and server side config with focus on how it should be done from server end. Assuming server side config to be for Ubuntu/Debian.