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I am trying to set-ups xen on my personal webserver with this purpose of setting up xen VMs. But currently I am having issues trying to configure the network bridges for Xen. This is due to the fact I don't know what files need to be configured and where they are (I can find aload of files with find but none sit in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/).
I currently had two static IPs which are 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11. I want .137 to stay as the main IP for connecting into the actual centos OS and .138 to become the IP of the VM I am currently trying to configure.
I am either looking for a manual that ACTUALLY explains how to do this in relation to red hat based linux distros or just someone to say where to go. Most things I see don't actually tell me what files need to be configured and how they need to be configured.
Thanks for your time and hopefully help .
Last edited by r3sistance; 07-27-2008 at 06:35 AM.
Would you be so good as to post an outline of what you did? This is essentially the problem I'm dealing with in trying to get my first Xen VM working. None of the available info I can find is targeted at this kind of simple setup. (In my case, the Xen VM's would not have a public IP, but I need the main install (dom0) to listen on one NIC, and the guest VM to listen on another.)