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[Xen-devel] [RFI]Is NAT broken with Linux HVM guests?

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  • From: "pradeep singh rautela" <rautelap@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 23 Feb 2008 12:10:32 +0530
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Hi All,

I tried a usual NAT setup with a Linux HVM guest.
Looks straight forward approach.

Unfortunately I cannot ping even domain0's eth0 interface.

Xen assigns an IP address for me to vif1.0, where 1 is the domid of my
HVM guest i.e are per vmid and domid).

I manually attached ip address to eth0 in HVM domainU and add
default gateway to be

Now if i try to reach, it is unreachable.why?

eth0 has an IP address

Even attaching an ip alias eth0:0 netmask does not helps.

Shouldn't vif1.0 be atleast reachable from HVM domain with NAT?

Any help, corrections or pointers are welcome.


Pradeep Singh Rautela

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