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


Thanks for the prompt reply. Using bridge-utils, I was able to get it all working.


On 1/24/2012 12:29 PM, Scott Damron wrote:
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!

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