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[Xen-users] RE: Problem with NAT forwarding!

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Subject: [Xen-users] RE: Problem with NAT forwarding!
From: "Ata E Husain Bohra" <aehusain@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2009 22:12:41 -0700
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Dear All,


With respect to my query earlier, I just discovered that it’s not because the problem of networking, but I am not able to terminate (CTRL+C or CTRL+X) any infinite loop program running in Xen domain Us (while(1)).


Please suggest me is there a way to program control interfaces in xen domUs.





From: Ata E Husain Bohra [mailto:aehusain@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 7:09 PM
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Subject: Problem with NAT forwarding!


Dear All,


I was just trying to create a virtual private network with 2 domU and a dom0


My dom0 is RHEL 5.2  and have static IP address. DomU’s are ubuntu 8. In the xen-config I enabled


network-script network-nat

vif-script              vif-nat


I edited the “interfaces” file in the domU to set the address as “10.0.0.x” (x as 1,2.. etc). I am able to getting the networking working in the domU’s but I am puzzled with one observation.


If I run “ping” on any domU to any IP to outside network machine or to any other domU’s address, it runs and I could see the reply of ping, BUT that console hangs while performing ping and I am not able to terminate the ping operation. The only resort remains is to shutdown the domU.


Please suggest if there is something more I should be doing or is it expected result.




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