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Re: [Xen-users] network-bridge breaks networking when eth0:1 is added

Kai Schaetzl wrote on Mon, 27 Apr 2009 18:02:46 +0200:

> It seems if I don't use the network-bridge script I will have to go that 
> route and create a second bridge. If I understand correctly I do the same 
> as before but with eth1 and xenbr1 for instance and then add another vif 
> device to the config file?

Done that. It's not as nice as my original config, but it works. I have to 
explicitely state the xenbr1 interface when I want to ping the domU from the 
dom0. But I can't ping back from the domU to the dom0, not even if I specify 
to use eth1 on it. Both ways worked without a problem with my original 
I suppose I should be able to come thru eth1 from outside without specifying 
a device and access the domUs. That's the main thing I want to do. I can't 
test this case at the moment, though, as I don't have a spare box that I 
could attach here with ease.

Thanks for the help!


Kai Schätzl, Berlin, Germany
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