> > you can simply not give a public IP to the Dom0. it doesn't need IP
> > to do the bridging.
> Can you explain me this ?
> I have two network cards in my domO and I used this command to create
> a new bridge for for dom1 :
> /etc/xen/scripts/network-bridge start vifnum=10 netdev=eth2 bridge=eth2
> But it doesn't work, if the host interface isn't configured.
To attach a interface to a bridge, the interface nees the UP attribute,
it doesnt need a IP address, it just need to be UP.
$ sudo ifconfig eth2 up
> Javier Guerra wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 2, 2009 at 1:01 PM, William <xen-mailinglist@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Is it possible to attach directly one network card to DomU ?
>> yes, it's called PCI passthrough
>>> I want my dom1 directly connected to Internet whereas Dom0 not
>>> because with
>>> the bridge method, I have to use two public IP.
>> you can simply not give a public IP to the Dom0. it doesn't need IP
>> to do the bridging.
>> or, you can give the public IP to Dom0, and use NAT+portforward to
>> DomU instead of bridging
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