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[Xen-users] Bridging troubles

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Subject: [Xen-users] Bridging troubles
From: Erik <erik@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 09 Nov 2005 09:53:11 +0100
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I remeber reading about bridging problems in 2.6.11, however i can't find that 
right now.
The problem i'm having is that i'm running multiple VM's tied to vlan 
interfaces in DOM0
(so vifx.0 bridges to eth1.x all L2, no IP adresses in Dom0 except for eth0 
which is used purely for managing dom0)
In the VM's i'm running shorewall to provide NAT services to the internet (so 
each VM has 2 interfaces bound to vlan interfaces in DOM0).
However when doing a tcpdum in a DomU i see loads of duplicate ACK etcetera.
Does anyone know if this is bridge related?

Kind regards,

Erik Versaevel

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