I'm trying to create kvm machine on remote host.
The host is running debian testing.
Did use this command:
virt-install --name debian-test \ --os-type=linux \ --os-variant=debianwheezy \ --cdrom /media/media/software/iso/debian-testing-amd64-netinst-2014-01-16.iso \ --graphics vnc,listen=0.0.0.0,port=20001 \ --disk pool=default,format=raw,size=20 \ --ram 2048 \ --vcpus=2 \ --network bridge=virbr0 \ --hvm \ --virt-type=kvm
But when it is created, it listens on:
=# virsh domdisplay debian-test vnc://localhost:14101
When I had port=40001 in creation, it was listening on port 34101, so it looks like the port is treated as some kind of offset?! In any way - listen is not being used at all, and being able to connect from localhost is not what I want right now.
What am I doing wrong?