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Re: [Xen-users] [XEN][Ubuntu's Linux bridge replaced by OVS problem using XEN]

On Wed, Jun 27, 2012 at 6:31 PM, Waqar Ahmed <waqar.ahmed@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have two systems(a laptop and a desktop) connected with an Ethernet cable.
> Desktop is using the Internet through the laptop wireless LAN.
> Both systems have Ubuntu 11.10 with XEN 4.1.2 Hypervisor. I have compiled
> OpenvSwitch-1.5 on both the systems as well. In Linux Bridge mode both can
> ping each other.
> Problem:
> LINUX bridge is used in both systems and both can access the internet but as
> soon as I replace the Linux bridge with OVS, Desktop can no more access the
> Internet. Connection is lost between the two nodes. Also both systems can
> not ping each other under OVS.

Have you used OVS on ANY configuration at all? e.g. non-xen?

If not, then that might be the source of your problem. Get ovs working
first (e.g. with kvm, virtualbox, whatever).

If yes, then probably you're using the obsolete xen's network-bridge
script. Disable that, and create your bridges manually using ovs.


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