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[Xen-users] Directly connecting two domU

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I have following problem which I wasn't able to solve:
I have two domU, let's call them domU1 and domU2, and I need to set up two 
- one bridge for domU1 which will connect it to real Ethernet (done)
- some private network only between domU1 and domU2. 
Is it possible?

In VMware it's very easy to do so by creating multiple virtual Ethernet cards 
and setting up the network in the standard matter, but since Xen has different 
idea behind networking, I'm a bit lost.

Thanks a lot!

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