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[Xen-users] traffic sniff problem

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  • From: Jingyun He <jingyun.ho@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2010 14:51:44 +0200
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I have xen node, it has a few VPSes, it used bridge network mode, and
we noticed that if one vps is restarted or a new vps is started, the
bridge will send all traffic to all interface during a few seconds,
and I did run a sniff program in one vps, it successful restrived some
password with these traffic.

Any solution?


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