On 19/03/12 10:28, Ronan Mullally wrote:
> Hi Frank,
>> I'm not familiar with KVM, I've only used Xen. If I'm reading your email
> right you want to put the traffic from the virtual host through eth0 and
> that from the host system through eth0, right?
>> In Xen I'd do that with some funky briding - the bridge that gets passed
> to the VM consists of eth1. eth0 is excluded. The host OS would then put
> an IP address on eth0, but not on br0. I don't know if that's an option
> in KVM.
Yeah, this gave me the bones.
Set up a bridge br0 (onboot) from guests to eth1 (not-onboot)
Host which is left left goes to eth0 (onboot)
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