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Re: [Xen-users] Xen and routing


Use yast, or your favourite firewall configurator, to add a custom named
interface of "xen-br0" to the same security zone as eth0. 

If that doesn't do the trick, please post the output of the following
command in dom0:

iptables -v -L
iptables -v -L -t nat


On Tue, 2005-05-17 at 23:08, Eric E wrote:
> Hi all,
>       I'm just getting started with Xen, and having some problems with
> networking.  I installed Xen 2.0.5 from the Suse 9.2 binaries, and have 
> been able to boot a domain fine.  I'm hoping to make two domains and 
> give them static IP addresses (e.g. and - 
> nothing fancy.
> When I start the xend service, however, xen's network script deletes all
> routes associated with eth0, and associates them with xen-br0.
> Thereafter I cannot ping or ssh to the machine from any external
> machines.  My attempts to delete and recreate routes:
>       route del -net netmask
>       route add -net netmask eth0
>       route del default gw
>       route add default gw eth0
> have been ineffective so far.  When I run the xen network script:
> network stop bridge=xen-br0 netdev=eth0
> I get connectivity back.
> Does anyone have any recommendations for quickly setting up my
> routing/bridging to make my two virtual domains available form my network?
> Thanks,
> Eric
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