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[Xen-users] networking in xen

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  • Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2011 16:46:01 -0400
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Question on setting up networking in xen.  I want to do the following on my laptop:

dom0 is attached to eth0 and ath0.

dom1 is going to by my virtual firewall for all my virtual machines.  So I assume 3 interfaces, a bridge to eth0, ath0 and a virtual interface?

dom2 and so on will route all their traffic through dom1 (through the virtual interface)

I've read the documentation a few times, and I keep getting lost...

Is there any easy way to set up what would amount to two virtual switches...?

To add a wrinkle... :) :)

Would it be possible to set up one more (non-routable) network that dom0..domN will all attach to (for sharing files internally, obviously)? 

Thanks in advance (advice or pointers to anything I can read...)

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