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[Xen-users] unable to virtualize eth1

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  • From: "Artur Baruchi" <mail.baruchi@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 18 Nov 2007 16:38:18 -0200
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Hi guys,

I have 2 server, one of them have 2 nic's, eth0 (with internet access)
and eth1 to access a particular Lan. Then I have another server with 1
nic, inside this particular Lan. Well... I installed a guest (full
virtualization) in this server with 2 nic's inside my particular Lan,
but im not able to ping anything, even my gateway. Here is my

Server 1 (with my VM guests):
eth0: (Internet Acess);
eth1: (Private LAN)
This server is configured to route packets.

Server 2 (real machine):
I can ping and access internet using the server 1.

Virtual Machine:
I cannot ping the gw ( and cannot ping server 2.

Well.. one thing that I guess that is the problem is.. the bridge
created by Xen is in eth0, that is out of this particular Lan, I tried
to create a Virtual Interface too (not a bridge) but didnt work.

What would like to know is... Xen can just create bridges or virtual
Interfaces with eth0? Is there a way to tell xen to use my eth1?

Thanks in advance.

Artur Baruchi

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