I'm having some issues regarding Xen Networking and I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction.
I have a server with 2 NICS (Xen over Ubuntu Server - Xen Bridge scripts)
Each NIC has an IP in totally seperate networks:
NIC 1- External IP
NIC 2- Internal IP
I would like to set up NIC1 to connect directly to a DOMU VM and NIC2 to connect only to the Dom0 management console.
How should I set this up?
Cheers for the help.
Sorry for the lack of info.
The idea is the following:
I want to set up a virtual router as a Xen DomU (Debian + IPtables)
This virtual router will have 3 vifs:
-vif1.0 = external IP
-vif1.1 = vlan1 (xapi1)
-vif1.2 = vlan2 (xapi2)
For Xen Dom0 I have one internal IP. I want it so that the Dom0 IP and the DomU IP cannot communicate in any way(these two networks have no route between them).
I asked my university for both IPs and they gave me one for external and one for internal. Both IPs are limited to the MAC address of my server's NICS.
I have played around with Xen Bridges and what I get is xenbr1 with an IP for dom0 and all the other VM's have a vif on this same bridge giving them an IP in the same network. Thus making communication possible between my VMs and dom0.