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Re: [Xen-users] xen bridged network config woes [repost w/apology]

On Mon, 5 Feb 2007 18:42:30 -0800 (PST), "Curtis Doty"
<Curtis@xxxxxxxxxxxx> said:
> You've done a fine job of obfuscating your colo/isp identity.

Hi Curtis-I actually don't care! The ISP is pixelgate.net, and the A.B
part of my IP addresses is 66.254. I obfuscated that part because I saw
someone else obfuscating theirs with A.B. while reading on the list, and
I thought "neat idea, I'll do that too". Monkey see, monkey do. Sorry.
So my gateway is at

> Two Cisco devices on the outside. Hrmm...I wonder if your colo/isp is 
> running port security and only allows you one MAC for your one server? If 
> so, you'll have to route or NAT.
> Have you tried contacting your upstream provider?

I spent some time on the phone with a tech a few days ago, trying to
figure out if anything looked misconfigured to him, but he said my
domU's /etc/interfaces and its xen config file looked fine to him. MAC
addresses didn't come up in our conversation at all. However, they don't
support Xen officially, and it may not have occurred to him to look for
that. I've put in an email, asking them about that.

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