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Re: [Xen-users] changing ip in XEN

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  • From: Jan Hejl <jh@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 13:28:45 +0200
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Hi Jonathan,

It should be possible to do it in a way you want it. You can mount domU's disk device at dom0. Then you can edit domU's network config from dom0.

There is a lot of ways how to do this. This is just one of them.


Dne 28.5.2013 09:18, jonathan west napsal(a):
Hi all,

Forgive me this probably very basic question, but I could not find the answer.

I have physical server (dom0) and two XEN vm installed. I have moved physical server to new rack so now it has different range of IP (I am assigning static IP). I was able to change static IP (of physical server) modifying /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts. I would like to know how can I modify IP's for both of XEN vm ? Do I need to log separately to each of them, and change network-scripts files like I did in physical server? Or can I do it somehow from physical server itself using putty for example ? I am not a system administrator neither the one who set this up. Thanks for help !

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