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[Xen-users] networking problem

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Subject: [Xen-users] networking problem
From: Robert Vegas <robertvegas@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2008 15:12:28 +0000
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I am running xen 3.1 on centos5.1. I have two bridges setup br1 and br2. I 
setup windows 2003 servers with default interfaces (on br1) and linux servers 
(samba) using virtual network option (one interface on br1 and br2).
I am having problems connecting to the linux boxes from the windows boxes. It 
times out. Can someone help me fix this? Also how do i check and see what 
traffic is being transfered over the bridges? ifconfig shows the vifs TX and RX 
in GBs for the servers. But the br1 and br2 interfaces only have a few MBs, is 
this correct.

Thank you

Robert Vegas


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