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Re: [Xen-users] Poin to point connection

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Yes, it works.
In the DomU, configure eth0 like you would normally do:
ip addr add peer dev eth0
ip route add default via

You can then either configure the other domain appropriately or have the P2P connection terminated in the Dom0 by the associated vif.
I believe that in this case, you need to assign a MAC to the vif and enable ARP on it. Anyhow, should should remove it from any bridge (xenbr0 by default).


On 7/9/07, Hieu Do <dohieu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I don't know if xen networking mode support Point to Point connection
between two Vms. Anyone help me please

Do Trong Hieu

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