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Old 11-03-2006, 02:51 PM   #1
dsylvester
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QEMU, Bridge, and DHCP


I have a host machine that I want to host 3 or 4 Virtual machines (VM). I have setup a bridge setup that functions correctly with 1 VM.

However when I try to connect VM #2 or #3 VM they obtain the same IP address as VM #1.

Can anyone give me a little insight into how to fix this?



Setup looks like this:

Internet<----->Router<------->Host Machine<-------VM #1
______________________________________<-------VM #2
______________________________________<-------VM #3

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