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RE:[Xen-users] XEN dom0 network headache

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  • From: rahul gundecha <rahoolgundecha@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Apr 2007 18:15:08 +0100 (BST)
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hi Pedro,
I had similar problem
reposting from  -

Referred - http://wiki.xensource.com/xenwiki/XenNetworking
I had set MAC of guest OS in the manner given.
 My host & guest OS - SUSE 10.2.
Host OS scenario - Config file for guest OS vm2 which is present in /etc/xen/vm named as vm2. I had set the MAC as 0A-xyz & bridge as xenbr0 in vm2 .
Guest OS scenario - Network interface config files resides (in case of SUSE) in /etc/sysconfig/network/scripts/  
Culprit was the file named  " ifcfg-id-06-xyz "   (xyz refers to HEX address for MAC)
There should have been file named ifcfg-id-0A-xyz in above mentioned path.
I done that & ?restarted the machine? & now I got my xen networking really working fine. Little config file issues can cost you lot of trouble.

exceptions are most common things to happen.....

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