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[Xen-users] Re: mix nat, route and bridge

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Subject: [Xen-users] Re: mix nat, route and bridge
From: Bastiaan <Bastiaan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 23 Dec 2007 19:03:29 +0100
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Gero Müller wrote:

> Hello!
> I'd like to mix nat, route and bridge networking.  Here is  the plan:
> IP1 Port 80 -> dom1
> IP1 Port 25 -> dom2
> IP2 allePorts -> dom3
> How do i do this configuration?
> Thanks
> Gero Müller

use bridging, set IP1 ad the dom0 ip, enable bridging, give IP2 to dom3,
dom1 and 2 get another ip, and use iptables on dom0 to redirect traffic.

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