> On Sun, Nov 21, 2004 at 01:39:09PM +0000, Christian Limpach wrote:
> > On Sun, Nov 21, 2004 at 11:59:47AM +0000, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
> > wrote:
> > > ifconfig shows that eth0 has a network address, that xen-br0 does not,
> > > that lo does.
> > Have you installed the iproute package, which provides the ip command
> > which we use to transfer the network addresses from eth0 to xen-br0?
> okay, now yes i have - and the same issue is present:
> bring up /etc/init.d/xend and networking disappears from the
> xen "master" - xenU.
Have you ipv6 addresses on your eth0 interface before running
'xend start' ? The default /etc/xen/scripts/network script stuffs
this case up.
You can always edit the above script to suit your needs.
Editing a 'bash -x' in the first line shoul dgive you some useful
> the scenario that i really want is for the xen network segment
> to be almost completely isolated - traffic out but no traffic in.
> i.e. for the guests to be on their own local network and with NAT or
> some other form of routing allowing them to make outgoing connections.
> does anyone have any suggestions as to how this could be achieved,
> without disrupting the xen master's ability to send and receive network
iptables and ebtables in dom0 will both work fine and can be used
to install arbitrary NAT or firewall rules to control when
traffic guests can send/receive. You may decide its easier to
route rather than bridge traffic.
Having an iptables package which supports --physdev makes the
filter rules simpler.
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