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[Xen-users] Alternative to network-nat on Debian Squeeze with XEN4?

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  • From: Andrew Sorensen <andrewx192@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2011 00:38:50 -0700
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Are there any good alternatives to the network-nat script on Debian
I have tried using (network-script network-nat) and (vif-script
vif-nat), but I end up
with an error message like

Error: Device 1 (vif) could not be connected. ip addr add dev
vif4.1 failed

with configuration file directive

vif =[  'script=vif-nat,ip=' ]

I need Internet access for my DomU's but I cannot assign each one a
public IP address due to limited addressing.

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