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Re: [Xen-users] Should I use bridged or routed networking?

  • To: "Jamie J. Begin" <begin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 19:28:03 -0700
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> I'm very comfortable with Asterisk and moderately experienced with
> Shorewall, but still rather new to Xen and am having difficulty visualizing
> the proper network config to use.  Bridged? Routed? With a handful of
> servers and switches I'm sure I'd manage much better, but that's not very
> efficient. :-) Anyone have any suggestions?  Thanks!

these are good reads for a start:



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