On 8 Feb 2007, at 20:58, jez wrote:
> If they are routing all addresses through your single public
> then out of the box Xen bridging won't work - you'll need to do some
> routing on your server.
That was exactly the solution. Bridging would not work - possibly
because Host Europe doesn't expect to see packets with assorted MACs
coming out of one interface.
So, I configured the system to use vif-route, and after a few
hiccups, all is sweetness and light.
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