On Mon, 18 Jul 2011, Jean Francois Bucas wrote:
> # The primary network interface (no address)
> auto eth0
> iface eth0 inet manual
>> # The primary bridge interface (DHCP configured)
> auto kvmbr0
> iface kvmbr0 inet dhcp
> bridge_ports eth0
> bridge_stp off
> bridge_fd 0
> bridge_maxwait 0
>> You will need at least one bridge with an IP to be able to connect to
> the KVM host. The bridge will cleverly see if the incoming packets are
> for the host or the guests and will forward accordingly.
Ah, I see it now. And I can also see how I was reading the docs wrong.
Thanks for your replies Jef and Mark.
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