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Re: [Xen-users] Yet another question about multiple NICs

On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 7:45 PM, Philippe Combes
<Philippe.Combes@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Simon Hobson wrote :
>> At the other network device, run "arp -an" and see what MAC address is
>> reported for the device (Dom0 or DomU) that's pinging it. Do this twice,
>> when one is working, and when the other is working - the entries you are
>> interested in are the ones for the IPs of your Dom0 and DomU
> I ping'ed both IPs from another machine on the LAN (the one which eth1's are
> connected to). As expected, the MAC addresses stored in the ARP table is the
> one of the working device (physical or virtual).

Do you have access to the switch?
It's possible that your switch/router (whatever your dom0 is connected
to) only allows one MAC per port. The easiest way to test this is to
use a crossover-cable from one of dom0's interface to a PC/notebook,
and see if both dom0 and domU can communicate with it.


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