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XENSERVER: setup a routed network

I have a Ubuntu Server which supposed to be host to 3 virtual machines (Windows 7 Pro). The questions is: How do I set them so up that the other the virtual computers have the ip address in the same ...
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Can I avoid losing three IPs per network on a bridged Xen networking setup?

About a month ago, I asked this question on Superuser. The answer given there certainly works, but I've run into an issue I haven't thought of before. The setup I had running (based on the previously ...
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How should I configure Xen to allow multiple different IP ranges in the domUs?

I'm trying to get Xen running in a setup where the domUs have a completely different IP than the dom0 (not in the same network range). This answer got everything working within the same /24 range, but ...
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Unable to browse to certain sites

I have a few guests on a XenServer host, and some sites ( both SSL and non SSL ) cannot be accessed by the XenHost and the Guests. Other machines on the same network can access these sites just fine, ...
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XenServer 6.2 guest networking

None of VMs I tried to install can't reach internet. I have Xensever 6.2 installed on a server with single NIC, which can be accessed via 2 public IPs. XenServer can ping google.com and seems to be ...
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networking in virtualization

I have a redhat9 as guest and a fedora18 as host. the guest is connected to network but I'm not sure through bridge or nat. I just know that other machines can't ssh or ping it. because they are not ...
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Private network configuration for Xen guest operation systems

I've been working around with Xen. I managed to bring up 2 virtual machines; 1: Windows Server 2008, 2: Ubuntu desktop 12.04 LTS. Here is my question. I created a bridge called sw0(up and running) ...
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bridge does not forwarding packets centos

I am using CentOS 6.5 64 and use xen to create a virtual machine (CentOS) ifconfig [root@CentOS ~]# ifconfig eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 08:00:27:54:B3:FA inet6 addr: ...
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How to configure Open vSwitch bridge to make all ports trunked?

I am trying to configure open vSwitch on a XenServer install to trunk all ports with VLANs. How would I make it so that whenever a new VM is added the port that is connected to it is automatically ...
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Combining routing and bridging in xen hypervisor

Typical way to combine routing and bridging in xen is described here. (DomU's sharing one virtual bridge device, which is routed to outside network ). I want to make it another way: some DomU's need ...
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How much performance reduction is ok for a linux router?

I am having thew following (simplified) setup: I have a private Subnet where my PC is located. The subnet goes over a virtualized server into the internet. The server uses internally two subnets: One ...
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XEN dom0 network Bridge has no connection to domU's

I am using Debian wheezy with XEN 4.1. I have two network bridges xenbr0 and xenbr1. xenbr0 is linked to the real-eth0-nic so the domU's can talk to the outside world, which worked fine. xenbr1 was ...
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Xen networking - bridging issues

I do love Xen as a product, but sometimes, I really hate it. I'm having some networking issues with one of my Xen clients sitting on a Debian 6 machine VM (so Xen is running inside a Debian 6 virtual ...
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Xen DomU does not have network connectivity

I am trying to install Xen on my Fedora box. Dom0 image has network connectivity. But when I try to create a DomU, it does not have network connectivity. I want to be able to run in bridged mode. I ...
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Fool network interface into thinking it is connected

I have a second NIC in my machine that I am using to create a subnet for a cluster of Xen VMs on my machine. Nothing really needs to be connected to this interface as no traffic ever needs to leave ...