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[Xen-users] Networking Problem in DOMu

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Subject: [Xen-users] Networking Problem in DOMu
From: "Andre Dieball" <andre.dieball@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2006 10:03:52 +0200
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Hi all


I’m quite new to Xen but haven’t found anything specific to my problem in the net.


I have a SLES10 running as Dom0 and instelled a SLES10 in my first vm via ISO files.

Networking on Dom0 works fine, but not in the vm.


During the installation process, while configuring the network card, Yast told me, that there is no driver/module for that card (but it was shown), but “maybe” it’s build into the kernel.

So, I’ve gone ahead and configured the eth0.

After the installation, I can see eth0 with the configured IP Address via ifconfig, I can ping myself (not using localhost or, but I can’t get out to any other host, nor pinging the vm from a different host, even not from dom0


Is there anything I’m missing?


Thanks a lot in advance



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