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[Xen-users] Multiple bridges in startup

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  • From: Gil Freund <freund.gil@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 21:59:52 +0300
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Apologies: I recall this being asked (and answered) before, but I
cannot find the thread.

I have two NICs. I would like to setup three bridges:

xen-br0 - eth0
xen-br1 - eth1
xen-br2 - virtual only for domU interconnect

Where would be a suitable location to implement this so the startup
scripts pick this configuration?

Furthermore, do MAC addresses need to be explicitly declared in the
domU configuration files? The example files state that random MAC
addresses will be used, but simply stating nics=2 does not seem to



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