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Re: [Xen-users] xen bridged network config woes [repost w/apology]

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Subject: Re: [Xen-users] xen bridged network config woes [repost w/apology]
From: Curtis Doty <Curtis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 5 Feb 2007 18:42:30 -0800 (PST)
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6:42pm Ali Roze said:
> -The server is at a colo facility, and I have no physical access to it,
> just ssh. 
> -I have the IP addresses A.B.94.226 through 94.230. The gateway is at
> 94.225.

You've done a fine job of obfuscating your colo/isp identity.

> root@dom0:~# brctl showmacs xenbr0
> port no mac addr                is local?       ageing timer
>   1     00:14:85:f7:ea:67       no                 0.00
>   2     00:19:56:5a:e9:d5       no                 1.03
>   2     00:60:3e:0b:9c:48       no                 0.00
>   1     fe:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff       yes                0.00

Two Cisco devices on the outside. Hrmm...I wonder if your colo/isp is 
running port security and only allows you one MAC for your one server? If 
so, you'll have to route or NAT.

Have you tried contacting your upstream provider?


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