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Re: [Xen-devel] domain communication info

> Date: Sun, 29 Jul 2012 23:46:43 -0400
> Subject: Re: [Xen-devel] domain communication info
> From: shakeel.butt@xxxxxxxxx
> To: csocskos@xxxxxxxxxxx
> CC: xen-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > a.) How can I catch the event, when the domain0 forward a message to the 
> > guest domains?
> > b.) How can I catch the event of an incoming messages to domain0 (from the 
> > outer world)?
> > c.) How can I catch the event of the outgoing messages from a guest domain?
> Seems like you are only interested in network traffic (not general
> communication). The methods you are looking at for intercepting
> network traffic are doable but hard and error prone. How are you
> connecting your domUs to the network? For example, if you are using
> layer-2 bridge then it is the best place to intercept network traffic
> and you can catch packets incoming from Internet and also packets
> coming from (or going to) domUs.
> Shakeel

Thank you for the answer Shakeel!

I use a default network bridge.
I just briefly looked the source code of the Xen, but I couldn't find the 
source of the bridge in there. 
But I will keep looking for it.

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