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Re: [Xen-users] RESOLVED: Broadcom NetXtreme II (DELL 1950)

On Wed, 10 Oct 2007, Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:

> This is how linux bridge works.
> Solaris bridge uses a different bridging configration, in which you put
> IP address on the NIC.

Interesting, than it was not stupidness ;)

> What I like to do is this :
> eth1 --- bridge --- tap0,vif0.1
> veth1:
> That is :
> - disabled Xen's network-bridge script
> - put vif0.1 on the bridge
> - setup ip address on veth1
> vif0.1 and veth1 is created by xen's netloop driver (loaded by xend. I
> also added it to /etc/modprobe.conf). I prefer this setup because :
> - there's no IP address on the bridge
> - All networking setup is done by redhat's standard config files.

When I put a tcpdump on the interface the only thing data came out was
tap0. What is vif0.1 doing for Xen?


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