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[Xen-users] Xen network question

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  • From: Damjan Rems <d_rems@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Aug 2005 04:46:24 -0700 (PDT)
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I am no expert to Linux or Xen. Runing Xen on Suse

Network scenario:
Dom0 eth0 ip= mask=,
I would like to setup domU eth0 ip= domU
should also have access to Internet. I was able to
follow instructions by Gregorz in previous posts but
the best I could get was:

1. I could ping domU from dom0, but not dom0 from
domU. If I disable firewall I can ping from both
sites. But this should not be OK.

2. I can not get to Internet even from dom0. Look like
gateway address (route) is lost.

For dom0 I was using:
brctl addbr xen-br0
ip addr brd scope global
dev xen-br0
route del -net eth0
route add -net xen-br0
brctl addif xen-br0 eth0

For domU I was using:
ifconfig eth0

What am I doing wrong?



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