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Re: [Xen-users] new xen guest cannot communicate with the network

  • To: Adam Goryachev <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <xen-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2014 11:27:50 -0800 (PST)
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Dear Adam n Guys
thanks you so much once again for your wise reply..
i will try as per ur advice and let you know
really appreciate your wise troubleshooting tips


god bless U

On Monday, February 24, 2014 2:13 AM, Adam Goryachev <mailinglists@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 22/02/14 05:28, sbdcunha wrote:
> Dear Ian n Guys,
> really appreciate for your quick reply. by the way i am planning to simulate
> a same scenario on another SUN blade server where there are individual 2
> network cards.
> regarding the network i am a network admin here too.
> In fact these are new cisco blade servers connected to nexus switch which
> than connects to out main Core
> and it is installed by a cisco vendor company
> I have been after them but they say as long as you can ping our config on
> servers and the nexus is fine
> ---
> just to mention the support people never try to listen and try to resolve
> any issues
> ---
> so I just wanna simulate the same scenario on sun blade server and then show
> them
> i too now strongly feel with your wise response that there is something
> wrong config in the nexus switch
> i will keep you informed

Not sure if this is resolved already, but why not try to change the MAC
address on dom0 (assuming you can get access to it without the network).
If everything works correctly, then you know it isn't a MAC filtering issue.

If dom0 stops working, try setting the original dom0 MAC onto domU, if
domU networking works, then you know that xen + dom0 + domU are all
configured correctly, and you just need to get the network folks to fix
the MAC filtering issue.

See this article (or goodle) on how to change MAC addresses:

I hope this helps somewhat.


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