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[Xen-users] virtual networking

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  • From: Guillaume <guillaume.chardin@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 12:05:34 +0100
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I try to configure a xen dom0 with many pvDomU. I have some issue with network.
The point is i want to secure my system and i want to create a
"virtual network" shared by some domU, and then configure routing on
dom0 to allow access from certain host to domU.
I want to create a virtual network interface physicaly not connected
to real network, and independant from kernel point of view (not a
bridged interface).
Is there a xen-script to do this ? or, I have to create this on my own
? If i have to create it, what is the kernel module i have to check
and which command i have to use to create the new dev (MAKEDEV,
ifconfig etc..)

Here is a diagram of what i want to do :

Virtual Net ---------(ethvirt)[Dom0](eth0)------physical
for DomUs                                  ^          network
                                                 +-- (bridge) for some domU

Thanks for your help.


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