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[Xen-devel] vif-bridge

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  • From: José Rafael <zerafael@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Feb 2005 20:14:33 -0300
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All works fine on my virtual hosts, except the network. 

The internal interface is created (have an ip address), the external
bridge is ok,
with the external vif1.0 for the virtual host,  but `ping
virtual_host_address` dont

Ok, I try to put on vif1.0 an ip address. When I do an `ifconfig
the network works fine, `ping virtual_host_address` works and all machines from 
my real network can see my virtual host!

This is ok?  Whats happening?      



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