I am testing out the new Xen 6.0 server and am very new to Xen in general. I have installed the basic Xenserver Free, so I'm not putting Xen on top of an existing Debian install for example. Because of something I need to manually set the MAC address of anything that talks to the network (irrelevant as to why, I just need to do it). This machine currently has 0 VMs and can't yet be talked to by the Manager until I fix this
This page says that you should change your
/etc/xen/[conf_file] but all I have in
/etc/xen is some file called xl.conf and the page itself is labeled as out of date. Googling around hasn't yielded different ways to accomplish this. Unsurprisingly
/etc/network/interfaces doesn't exist, so I can't change it there.
Where can I change the Mac address of my ethernet card (the only network connection)? Do I need to change the address of the virtual interface Xen seems to of setup as well?