Hello all, (sorry if this is a duplicate.)
I am working on a project where I have a fedora-8 xen domain-0
which is booted and which I have a domU guest called
fguest1 booted on it. virt-manager shows all is well
except that I have a networking problem I didn’t expect.
both machines can access the network fine, but in my
xend-config.sxp file I asked for bridged networking
which I assumed would allow the guest to get an address from
our dhcp server…
instead there is a xenbr0 bridge which appears to be
handing my guest a 192.168.200.xxx address. although this arrangement
allows internet access, I really wanted this guest to have a
10.11.xx.xxx address from the local dhcp
server, like domain-0 has…
in my config I asked it to use:
(network-script ‘ network-bridge netdev=eth1’)
using one of the examples in the config file.
(vif-script vif-bridge) also from the config file…
Since I am new to the network with xen, I thought maybe
there is someone who could advise on the proper
networking setup to have each guest get its ip from
the local dhcp server.
thanks in advance. I did look in the FAQ for xen networking
seemed to me that this should be the right setup, but now I
if I misunderstand what it says.
fyi, I want it this way because I am trying to get to the
remotely via vnc. thanks.
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