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[Xen-users] Re: how to specify multiple ips

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  • From: "Anand Gupta" <xen.mails@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2006 22:32:55 +0530
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I have been trying to get any replies on this small query of mine. Will appreciate if someone can help me out here.

Using the second interface is causing problems, when i boot my centos domU, the second adapter doesn't have the ip address. If i manually use ifconfig eth1 and specify the ip, netmask only then it comes up.

any help will be appreciated.

On 4/15/06, Anand Gupta <xen.mails@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Anyone ? I tried using the following

vif = ['mac=AA:00:00:18:98:FB, ip=x.x.x.x, vifname=xen01', 'mac=AA:00:00:18:98:FD, ip=x.x.x.x, vifname=xen02']

and the above works as well. However it creates another interface inside the domU as eth1. Can't i assign two ips to the same interface ?

Any help would be appreciated.

On 4/12/06, Anand Gupta < xen.mails@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
How can i specify multiple ips inside a config file for a domU.



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