I've got a question:
I'm tinkering with a harvester setup on my spare time, and I'm trying to see if I can somehow make this work in my home-lab setup.
I have two servers, with 2x10G NIC's + 1G NIC. In my current setup(not using harvester) the 2x10G interfaces are direct-attach between the servers for communication between the hosts, while I use the 1G interfaces to have the VM's reach the rest of the network + a bunch of routing trickery to make it work. all in all it is rather yanky, and after spinning up harvester on a few VM's I have to say I like what I see so far.
But I'm a networking guy that's tinkering with this on my spare time, so I'm not sure how I can shoehorn this into my current setup.
Am I right to assume that the harvester management interface, is the backplane for traffic between VM's and hosts? so I could in theory set up the harvester management network to be a simple point-to-point link between these machines? And is there anything I can do to also make the hosts reachable from the rest of the network, without making things too janky?