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[Xen-users] DomU's cant talk to each other...

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  • From: "Jeff Lane" <sundowner225@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Mar 2006 10:00:56 -0500
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Hello all,

I am sure that there is some very simple networking config that I
messed up somewhere...  but here is my problem:

I have a SuSE Enterprise Dom0 and it currently  has 4 DomUs running
beta SLES.  I ran one of the network scripts (which seems to do
nothing more than  turn ipv4 fowarding on) and all my DomUs can get
their own IPs from the LAN DHCP server now.

The problem is, however, that each DomU can ping the host machine and
other machines on the lan, but they can not ping each other.  So
DomU-1 can ping the dhcp server and the host, but it can not ping
DomU-2.  I am sure that there is some simple network config that I am
missing here... someone want to hit me with the clue bat??


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