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[Xen-users] Ip tunnel add failed in XenServer

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From: Frank <frank@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2011 15:29:54 -0800
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I am just trying to create gre tunnel by "ip tunnel", unfortunately it failed:

[root@xenserver-frank2 ~]# ip tunnel add netb mode gre key 2 remote local ttl 255
ioctl: No such device

[root@xenserver-frank2 ~]# ip tunnel add netb mode gre key 2 remote local ttl 255 dev eth0
ioctl: No such device

    what miss in xenserver5.6FP1?

I just "guess" the usage of "xe tunnel-create" command, I guess I should create a tunnel myself, then get its pif uuid, then:

xe tunnel-create network-uuid=networkuuid pif-uuid=my-tunnel-device-pif-uuid

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