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Old 11-27-2007, 01:58 AM   #1
sharf
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Question XEN - XP doesnt access network


Dear Gurus
HOST OS: SLES 10 SP1
HOST OS(SLES 10 SP1) ip: 10.0.0.1/24
Guest OS(xp pro sp2) ip: 10.0.0.2/24

installed windows xp pro SP 2 using XEN.

But neither I can access windows XP from Host OS(domain0), nor windows xp can access the HOST OS, or any other physical machine on the lan.

Firewall is disabled on both the Host and Guest OS (SLES and XP).

I also installed SLED 10 as a Guest OS using XEN on the same machine, Host OS(SLES) can access the Guest(SLED) and vice verca, even I can access this Guest OS(SLED 10) from any machine on the lan. i.e no issue when installing Linux, problem only arrives with XP only

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