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[Xen-users] Networking assistance requested - domU on same subnet

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Subject: [Xen-users] Networking assistance requested - domU on same subnet
From: Stephen Nesbitt <stephen_nesbitt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 21 May 2007 10:41:37 -0700
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I am really struggling to get networking setup on a domU guest, and would 
really appreciate some help.

Dom0 is an Ubuntu feisty fawn machine with ip address It's 
primary interface is ath0 (wireless; there is no eth0 interface)

I have created a domU guest also running feisty fawn. What I would like to do 
is assign it ip address so it is part of the same subnet.

I've got the guest created, and I can set the ip address, but I cannot for the 
life of me get it to talk to the rest of the 192.168.0 network.

Can anyone provide some instructions on how to make this work. What do I have 
to do on the dom0 side. What do I have to do on the domU side?

Thanks in advance,


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