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[Xen-users] RE: Xen-users Digest, Vol 13, Issue 105

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  • From: "Ellis, Joe-P29359" <Joe.Ellis@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 17:32:51 -0700
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  • Thread-topic: Xen-users Digest, Vol 13, Issue 105

How about trying network-nat?  Would NAT hide the domU MAC/IP addresses
from the external network?


>I have a dedicated server with 1and1.co.uk. Worst mistake i made. But
i've committed to
>this now.
>What i have is a dedicated server with centos 4.2 installed.

>I install Xen 3.0 from the redhat installer. it installs fine. I boot
into xen. But i
>loose my internet connection.

>It seems 1and1 drops my network whenever the switch sees a MAC address
other then my
>eth0's MAC address. So bridge network is not possible.

>I did try network-route and it boots up fine. I still have my internet
connection. But
>the problem is my IP's.

>It seems 1and1 won't sell me a subnet of IP's. When i want an ip they
will give me a
>random ip. They are not continious range. So thats another problem.

>The problem with network-route is that there is no documentation
(atleast i couldn't
>find any). There are some information in the mailing lists.

>What i want is for each domU's to have their own public IP's. i want to
install a
>firewall in dom0 and block everything except ssh.
>I tried shorewall.

>i can create an alias interface with an IP that i own.

>Since there isn't much howto's on network-route i don't exactly know
what should go in
>each domU's configs. I want to specify an IP for each domU. I also want
to set the

>my network is a bit strange. My IP is for dom0. but the
gateway is
> the netmask is
>This works for dom0.

>But when i try to add the default gatway to on one of the
domU i get
>network is unreachable.

>I really don't know what to do here.
>I would like to be able to run few domU's.
>I would appreciate any help.
>Thank you.

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