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[Xen-users] it's about VifX.Y for a wireless NIC

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Subject: [Xen-users] it's about VifX.Y for a wireless NIC
From: amina elbekkali <aelbekkali@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2009 21:35:03 +0000
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Hi every body.
I'm working on a laptop with too NIC (Ethernet and wireless) , for the Ethernet NIC, the hypervisor xen create the bridge and the virtual interface by default, but for the wireless NIC, it doesn't create a bridge so i had to create it manually with a command line. the problem is with the virtual interface, i couldn't find any method that help to create the virtual interface. 
Please do someone know how an create the virtual interface Vif on a bridge associated to a wireless NIC??

Thanks in advance, all the best
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