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Re: [Xen-users] correct steps to add XEN bridge to Debian squeeze?

I agree, but Rudi need only one bridge with a simple configuration, I
give he the "easiest way" not the "best way"!!!

2011/9/8 Simon Hobson <linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Diego Dave wrote:
>> I think the easiest way to set up a bridge configuration on only one
>> interface (eth0), is enabling the "(network-script network-bridge)" in
>> "xend-config.sxp"... this makes a bridge on eth0 directly...
> Many, myself included, disagree - at least once you get past the most simple
> single interface setup. The functioning of the Xen scripts is obscure, and
> very difficult to customise. Certainly in Debian, it's easier to do all the
> network config with the host OS and leave Xen out of it.
> As already shown, even fairly complex setups (bonded NICs, multiple VLANs,
> multiple bridges) can be done easily with the host OS script. These are
> impossible with the Xen scripts without doing all the work yourself.
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