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Re: [Xen-users] [XCP] Network confusion


with xencenter and XCP you are configuring OpenVswitch, it is slightly
different approach than conventional linux bridging.

Also the XenCenter use xapi, CLI equivalent should be xe pif-list xe
vif-list . brctl works only because there is loaded openvswitch linux
bridge compatibility kernel module.


On 08/03/11 01:48, Jon R. wrote:
> Hello,
> I am using XCP 1.0 and am accessing it with XenCenter.
> I have three NIC's and I have bonded two of them through the XenCenter 
> frontend. I then create a VLAN using XenCenter and attach it to the bond0. I 
> create a VM and create its NIC to use VLAN 10, which it does and when the VM 
> boots the NIC shows Active inside of XenCenter. When I look at the XCP host 
> it shows VLAN 10 as an interface yet it says disconnected.
> When I look at brctl show, I see a bridge for the management NIC but not one 
> for my bonded interfaces. How do I create a bridge for my vlan?
> In Xen I did this all by hand by creating the bonds and bonded interfaces in 
> /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/, but I want everything to show up in 
> XenCenter. Can someone tell me what I am missing?
> Thanks for any help,
> Jon
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