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[Xen-users] Help Networking Xen 3.0.1

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  • From: "Jesús Velazquez" <jesus.velazquez@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2006 17:10:30 -0600
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Hi, I'm working with Xen 3.0.1 and I have the following problem:

I'm running Xen in a VT enabled Intel processor, I have successful
installed a Fedora Core 4 32 bits Guest using VT. But the

Network interface doesn't appear in the Guest. I mean, running the
commands "ifconfig –a" doesn't show any eth0 interface just lo.

In the /sys/class/net directory there is not any ethX interface and
neither in the dmesg log appears nothing about eth0.

Finally when I run the command: lspci –v, there are the following devices:

Host bridge: Intel Corporation 440FX
ISA bridge: Intel Corporation 82371SB
IDE interface: Intel Corporation 82371SB
VGA compatible controller: Cirrus Logic GD

And anything about a Network interface.

What can I do?, running a Linux Paravirtualized Guest (xenU) shows the
interface eth0 without any problem.

I adjusted the .config file for the xen0 domain. I added EHCI support
and USB mass storage, and also support for SMP machines.

I did it using the following command, in the xen directory:

make linux-2.6-xen0-config CONFIGMODE=menuconfig
make linux-2.6-xen0-build
make linux-2.6-xen0-install

And reboot.

What options are needed in the .config file for Xen0 in order to
create the virtual network devices in the VMX guests?



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