The LXC director will spawn a container per attacker. After a period of inactivity, the container will be frozen and eventually stopped. When the attacker returns, the original container will be assigned to his session.
[director.lxc] type="lxc" template="honeytrap"
First you need to create a lxc template container. This container will work as base image for following containers.
lxc-create -t download -n honeytrap -- --dist ubuntu --release trusty --arch amd64
A service can be assigned to a director using:
[service.telnet01] type="telnet" port="tcp/23" director="lxc"
Where director contains the name of the director.