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[Xen-users] How to do vlan with xen 3.3?

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  • From: nitin chawla <nitinchawla81@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 19:25:21 +0530
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Can somebody let me know that is it possible to have multiple interfaces in DomU and having one physical interface in Dom0. Below I have mentioned the scenario which I am trying but it is not working: -
    * I am using Fedora 10 and xen version 3.3.0.
    * DomU1 and DomU2 has two interfaces (eth0 & eth1).
    * Dom0 has one physical interface (eth0).
    * Both eth0s of DomUs and the vlan interface(eth0.2) are connected to bridge vlanbr2 (created using brctl command).
    * Both eth1s of DomUs and the vlan interface(eth0.3) are connected to bridge vlanbr3 (created using brctl command).
    * And if I am trying to ping from DomU 1 eth0 interface to the DomU 2 eth1 interface which is in different vlan and it is pinging, which is not the expected behaviour.
And also if I remove the vlan interface from the bridges then also all the interfaces are pinging to each other, if they belongs to the different network altogether.

Thanks in advance,
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