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Re: [Xen-users] No network connectivity for domU in SuSE 10, Xen 3

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  • From: Andy Repton <xen@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 09:13:12 +0000
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Are you using the Suse kernel/xen or one you rolled yourself?

If you check the Suse sources, they back out one of the patches (I
think 8246) with the note "it breaks networking".

I found that it did indeed stop my Suse DomU from contacting the
outside world, but strangely, the gentoo DomU was fine.


On 2/7/06, Kris Vassallo <kris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>  Hey everyone, I'm asking this question again because 1. I Read as much as I
> could of the archives and still had no success, and 2. am not sure if the
> posts that I was reading actually pertained to Xen 2 or Xen 3. Here's what
> I'm hoping for some help with:
>  I'm running SuSE 10 (updated) with a SuSE 10 xm with xen-3.0_8259-0.1. The
> problem that I'm having is that I can get absolutely no network traffic to
> go from dom0 to domU, or anywhere else for that matter.

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