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Re: [Xen-users] First Time User, Networking Issue

I believe it has been said here quite a few times recently but, you
should use the bridge utilities in Debian to give your machines
network access, I can't remember which version it is where they
started recommending this, but it is now.


On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 11:22 AM, Michael Fagan <michael.fagan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello all!  My name is Michael Fagan.  I am new to the mailing list here, so
> I figured I'd introduce myself first.  I am a graduate student at the
> University of Connecticut working on debugging and reliability in
> distributed environments.  I have been working with Xen for a while now, but
> am having a recurring issue.
> I have Xen 4.0 installed with Debian 6.0.3.  I can get the system running
> just fine.  The DomU has network access as it should.  The problem comes in
> when I create virtual machines.  I can get them running just fine, but they
> do not have any network access.  When I try to uncomment (network-script
> network-bridge) line in the xen config file, Xend doesn't shut down
> correctly (it hangs while trying to shut down) and when I boot back up, xend
> does not start.  Recommenting the line fixes the boot issue, so it seems
> something is being broken by including this line in my install, but without
> it, my machine have no network access.  I assume that this line needs to be
> uncommented to get network access?
> Thanks for any help!
> -Mike
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