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Old 08-27-2007, 09:59 PM   #1
scheidel21
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xen om network bridge with wlan0


I am running xen 3.1 with kernel 2.6.18 on a debian sid system. I have gotten the winxp domU set up and when network bridging is done via eth1 it works fine if I change the net device to wlan0 it screws up my wireless and doesn't provide the network to domU.

I have a broadcom 4310 a/b/g and am using ndiswrapper, with wpa_supplicant roaming profiles, I am not roaming bu connected solely to my home network when I am attempting to run the xen domU.

What happens is none of the proper devices is created for the network and my wlan0 cannot connect to the router at all anymore.

How can I set this up to work properly? any ideas?
 
  


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