Bridging is a forwarding technique used in packet-switched computer networks. Unlike routing, bridging makes no assumptions about where in a network a particular address is located.

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kvm Bridge issue - no network to guest

I currently have a Proxmox (debian) KVM host running multiple OpenVZ Containers for general usage, I am looking at creating a KVM VM however I'm unable to get networking to work for the CentOS KVM ...
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Linux Ethernet/wireless bridging

One of our new requirements for a product I work on is to support Ethernet-to-wireless bridging. Suppose we have two network interfaces: eth0 and ath0 (we're using the Madwifi driver). What sort of ...
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Instabilities with Bridged and bonded interfaces

I did post yesterday to get a working setup with several bridged interfaces used for virtual machines (KVM/libvirt). One of the bridged interface is just using eth3 as its ports while the second ...
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libvirtd kvm networking on Centos5.4

I've got KVM installed on CentOS 5.4, and am attempting to set up a virtual network to allow each VM to communicate with services on the host, namely DHCP to allow PXE boot installations. I'm having ...
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Assign public and private IP addresses for a KVM guest

I would like to create a KVM guest with two different IPs, like one public IP and another private IP for the same KVM guest. My host is 210.x.x.x. Series and Guest are also configured with the ...
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Can I set up two NICs bridged together and still SSH into the bridging machine?

I have a ubuntu box setup with two NICs. I can bridge them together just fine, but I haven't been able to setup a way to SSH into the box once the connections are bridged together. Here's my ...
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Configure Cisco 877 as bridge between Internet and Cisco ASA 5505

ISP ADSL ---- Cisco 877 Router ---- Cisco ASA 5505 I have the above connection. I'd like to avoid using NAT on the Cisco 837 router, and just put the ASA directly on the Internet. However, I have ...
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No IPv4 address assigned to KVM VM

I'm having trouble setting up KVM w. bridged networking in Ubuntu 10.10. I'm starting my VM through virsh, after this I can see the kvm process and vnet device on the host machine, but the new ...
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KVM network bridge with public static IP for both host and guests

I have a Ubuntu 10.04 server with 2 public static addresses. There is a KVM guest (also Ubuntu) installed and running. What i want is to give the guest an IP of the host, so that both machines have ...
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Filter mirrored port traffic using iptables

I receive traffic from a mirrored port and I would like to send it into an NFQUEUE for processing. Because of the mirrored port, the packets destination MAC addresses are not my host MAC address. ...
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How to assign multiple public IP address for 3 KVM guest using a single NIC [closed]

i've a CentOS 6.5 KVM Host with 3 KVM-Guest CentOS 6.5. Now I want to assign a public IP for the host and one public IP for each guest using a single network interface. My IPs (assigned by network ...
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LXC container with bridge networking exposes fake MAC address to external network

I'm running LXC container (lxc 0.7.2-1) on Debian squeeze with bridge networking configured by the book with public IP and I have problem that it exposes fake MAC address from LXC container to ...
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eth0 on lxc does not work

I am facing some problems that the eth0 on lxc container does not work. I already tried Bridging LXC containers to host eth0 so they can have a public IP, but it does not help. On my host (Ubuntu on ...
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Create a bridged network connection using only the command line

I want to bridge two network connections on a Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2. As I'm essentially using a "Server Core", GUI is not available, so I can't use the usual way. (Right click the network ...
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Any way to make a virtual bridged network adapter in windows? Like VMware has?

is there any way to make a virtual network adapter in windows (that has its own mac address, and lets me bridge it to another connection? So in the end, it'll be like another physical connection ...
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KVM work with bridge network problems

I try to configure bridge network for KVM(refer to http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/Networking), and it worked for Guest OS, but I have two problems with my Fedora host OS: 1、I can not access internet ...
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How to configure the bridge over bonding in RHEL 6.4 Server?

Has installed a system (rhel-server-6.4-x86_64-dvd.iso). KVM over which set. The host machine and the guest-machine assigned its own IP-address, configured for this bridge br0. Everything works. Now ...
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Possible for linux bridge to intercept traffic?

I have a linux machine setup as a bridge between a client and a server; brctl addbr0 brctl addif br0 eth1 brctl addif br0 eth2 ifconfig eth1 0.0.0.0 ifconfig eth2 0.0.0.0 ip link set br0 up I also ...
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Disable IP on bridge

OK, I'm running libvirt on my server, I have only one interface. In order to use the public IP in my VM I need to set up a bridge, everything OK so far.. But I don't want to setup an IP address on the ...
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KVM bridge trouble in Ubuntu (server 9.04)

I make virtual environment with Ubuntu+KVM. It is the following constitution, but it is lent IP (192.168.1.2) ubuntu02 by DHCPD, and the same IP seems to be lent to ubuntu03 router/dhcpd - ...
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Is there a way to determine which virtual interface belongs to a virtual machine in a kvm host?

I'm using qemu/kvm whith bridged networking. In the host machine there are several "vnetX" network interfaces without IP. I'm looking for a way to know which vnetX belong to a virtual machine. I ...
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Bridging Network Devices with Multiple IPs

I have a small server with a single NIC that I am trying to get a bridge functioning on so that I can run KVM. On this NIC I have a couple IPs statically assigned to it: eth0 = 192.168.1.1 eth0:1 = ...
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Why are eth0 and vmbr0 (bridge) having the same MAC addresses?

I configured my Debian (with KVM on board) as following: /etc/network/interfaces: auto lo iface lo inet loopback auto eth0 iface eth0 inet manual auto vmbr0 iface vmbr0 inet static address ...
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KVM/Libvirt bridged/routed networking not working on newer guest kernels

I have a dedicated server running Debian 6, with Libvirt (0.9.11.3) and Qemu-KVM (qemu-kvm-1.0+dfsg-11, Debian). I am having a problem getting bridged/routed networking to work in KVM guests with ...
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When I restart my LXC environment, the container does not re-bind to the IP address

The IP does no longer respond to a remote ping With restart I mean: lxc-stop -n vm3 lxc-start -n vm3 -f /etc/lxc/vm3.conf -d -- /etc/network/interfaces auto lo iface lo inet loopback up route ...
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Questions about bridging VLANs

If, across the same building, I have two physically separate networks to connect devices together via simple switches, my understanding is that I could save myself some hardware-complexity if I were ...
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DHCP not working through long bridged network

I have setup a hotspot at my local harbor. I have encountered a problem with my setup. The accespoint that creates the hotspot connection is a out door long range antenna from UBNT. The distance from ...
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Same or separate subnets when connecting two buildings via a wireless bridge

We have two buildings about 200 feet apart connected via SMC's outdoor wireless bridge. Currently, both buildings are on the same subnet with one DHCP server in the main building. This seemed to be ...
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Linux Routing with two NICs (LAN vs Internet) with NAT and bridging for VMs

My Setup: There is only one physical machine in this setup, a Host System for Virtual Machines (VMs) with two network adapters. One NIC (eth0) is connected to an internal network (LAN subnet, e.g. ...
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KVM second private network (bridged), how to get working?

this seems to be a hard problem. I would therefore be very thankfull for your advice. I spend two days trying to get this running, but with no success. (The Public IP Stuff is working, but not the ...
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Linux bridge responding to arp on wrong interface?

I'm trying to build a silent bridge for monitoring purpose. My computer is running linux 2.6, brctl 1.4 and has 3 NIC: eth0, with an assigned IP, used for SSH maintenance eth1, and eth2 , the 2 ...
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Debian network bridge configuration - /etc/network/interfaces

I'm running a Lenny Xen dom0 hosting multiple virtual machines in a routed IP setup. To get an additional private subnet, I created the bridge xenbr0 in the dom0 with the following commands: brctl ...
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Azure Site-to-Site VPN with a Linux based router to bridge the VPN ports to a RRAS server while keeping NAT for other traffic

I am trying to get an Azure Site-to-Site VPN up and running using RRAS but require help configuring my router's iptables to bridge the VPN ports and protocols to the RRAS server without using NAT ...
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xen creating a new virtual machine with bridge networking

I am using CentOS 6.5 64 use this tutorial to setup Bridge [root@CentOS ~]# brctl show bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces xenbr0 8000.08002754b3fa yes ...
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Is it secure to expose LAN to bridged DSL modem?

I connected my router and DSL Router (in bridged mode) together like this: (click for full image) Strange setup, I know. :) The reason was I wanted my DSL router to continue to work as a switch and ...
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IP Bridge for KVM with multiple subnets

I have a machine set up running KVM and a bridge on eth0 with the ip address for the machine. The machine has an IP address in a range with no more ip adresses free. I am trying to make a second ...
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Create and bridge virtual network interfaces in Linux

I have a tool that replays traffic from a .pcap file and another tool that interprets that traffic. For testing purposes, I need to play traffic out one interface and have it come in another. ...
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Linux bridge (brctl) is dropping packets

I have been researching this problem for a few days and have not found an answer yet. Your help will be really appreciated! I have a few VMs (Virtual Machines) running on a physical server. The ...
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Bonding/Teaming 2 NIC cards : pro and cons

I want to get your idea on bonding two NICS on a server that is connected to a single subnet with only one IP address in a Gigabit LAN enviroment. What is the pros and cons of having two teamed ...
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Using OpenVPN on Two Linux Machines *not on the gateways* to link the networks over the internet

I am running OpenVPN linking two linux machines on two networks. These machines are not the networks' gateways. There are also separate DD-WRT routers which are acting as the gateways on both ...
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Configure iptables with a bridge and static IPs

I have my server set up with several public IP addresses, with a network configuration as follows (with example IPs): eth0 \- br0 - 1.1.1.2 |- [VM 1's eth0] | |- 1.1.1.3 | \- ...
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Question about working of bridge in Ethernet (CSMA/CD) Network

Bridges and CSMA/CD Networks Suppose two LAN segments A and B connected to each other by a bridge. In the steady state (when bridge has learned the locations of the computers on both segments) the ...
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Bridged virtual interface is not available or visible to ifconfig

I'm running Ubuntu 9.04, kernel 2.6.28-18, and vmware-server 2.0.1. I'm attempting to setup a virtual linux machine to use a bridged interface rather than NAT or host-only. Both NAT and host-only ...
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debian lenny xen bridge networking problem

DomU isn't talking to the world, but it talks to Dom0. Here are the tests that I made: Dom0 (external networking is working): ping 188.40.96.238 #Which is Domu's ip PING 188.40.96.238 ...
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High packet loss with kvm, bridge and bonding

I have 2 servers connected through cisco linksys sg500. Both hosts have identical configuration (Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, 4 * 1Gb/s network interfaces with bonding). When I set up bridge and interface ...
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Linux virtual bridge not transparent

I'm attempting to set up the Openstack tutorial demo using libvirt VMs on my desktop but I'm having some problems with the virtual bridge on the host desktop. While debugging this, I noticed that the ...
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Linux bridging for KVM

I have a Debian Wheezy machine on which I tried to setup KVM with bridged networking. Unfortunately, the bridge does not appear to forward traffic correctly. My setup is the following: The physical ...
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Ubuntu/KVM Bridge Interface IP Assignment

I have a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS machine running KVM/libvirt. It has two physical ethernet interfaces. I have dedicated eth0 as the primary interface and configured bridging on eth1 for my VMs. The KVM host ...
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Multiple, different VLAN trunks to KVM guests (Linux)

I've hit a roadblock of sorts with an architectural challenge. I've got a server running KVM - which will feature a number of guests, some running virtualised firewalls and others, just plain web ...
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Bridged network connection not working on Ubuntu VM

I am in a corporate environment and there is 802.1x authentication set up which is using my windows credentials + domain to authenticate. Setting up that information for my connection in the VM only ...