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[Xen-users] sles10sp1 bonding - bridging or routing

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Subject: [Xen-users] sles10sp1 bonding - bridging or routing
From: "Remigiusz Stachura" <remigiusz.stachura@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 4 Oct 2007 22:08:40 +0200
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I tried to use Xen 3.0.4+ with the bond0 device in active-backup mode
(eth0+eth1) on SLES10SP1 using standard Xen network scripts
(network-bridge, vif-bridge). After rebooting server I got interfaces:
bond0, xenbr0, vif0.0,peth0,...;
bond0 and xenbr0 - both of them had the same IP address and MAC
address!!!. Is it normal situation? (if there is no bonding I got
eth0, xenbr0, vif0.0 ...  and only the eth0 has IP address.)

What schould I choose for bonding: use of bridging scipts or routing scripts?
(In my configuration Dom0 and DomUs have IP addresses from the same
network segment).

When I tried to use Xen routing script for bonded eth0+eth1interfaces
I got any vif0 or peth0 interface. Schould I modify that script or add
there bond0 as a parameter?


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