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Re: [Xen-users] Network problems

To: "Brent Alcorn" <Brent.Alcorn@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [Xen-users] Network problems
From: "Patrick Lefebvre" <thepcguy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2010 13:54:58 -0500
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I left the traditional interface. In fact I don't even have the network
manager installed.

On Wed, 15 Dec 2010 13:30 -0500, "Brent Alcorn"
<Brent.Alcorn@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Patrick,
> Are you using the traditional network interface or the network manager? 
> In my experience It will make a difference; leave it as traditional.   
> I set my system up using the "traditional" method and it works great.   
> Regards,
> Brent
> >>> "Patrick Lefebvre"  12/15/10 1:06 PM >>>
> I am trying to set up Xen on SLES 10 SP3
> I installed SLES without problems. Everything worked and I had normal
> network access.
> After that, I installed Xen and tools from Yast2
> Everything installed normally.
> However, when I restart the system with Xen, I lose all network
> connectivity.
> Everything in the logs show the interfaces as loading normally (logs,
> Dmesg, ifconfig etc)
> All the interfaces seem to come up, but DHCP gets no address and there
> is no connectivity.
> I can set a static IP, the interface loads normally, I can ping it's IP
> address locally without error, but I cannot ping anything on the
> network.
> Which tells me the interface actually DOES come up... but it just cannot
> connect for some reason.
> If I restart on the "normal" kernel without Xen... everything comes back
> to normal with the network working properly.
> I reboot under Xen... no network.
> I tried following instructions on how to set up a bounded interface.
> Same thing... works on normal kernel, no access under Xen.
> What am I missing???
> I'm getting pretty frustrated... 
> please help.
> Thanks.
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