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Bridging is breaking the server: KVM configuration

I'm pretty new to networking and just can't get my head around this. I'm trying to setup KVM-Qemu so I can run some virtual machines. The instructions I'm following are telling me to use eth0 and ...
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Networking issues KVM

I have a server that is running Debian 7.2. I recently set up KVM on it, and created two VMs. Both VMs are unable to connect to the Internet. I was following a tutorial, and I'm certain I followed the ...
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how to connect multiple kvm/qemu VM guests in to a subnet [closed]

I want to setup a simple subnetwork of KVM/QEMU guest VMs living on a single host (Fedora 19) for testing purposes. The subnet would contain 3 servers: 1 Debian 6.x eth0 ip: 10.0.0.7 eth1 ...
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Setting up bridging for Qemu and routing for OpenVZ (venet) with multiple subnets on Debian Linux

So i've been searching the past couple days trying to figure out the best way to achieve this but still can't get it figured out. I have a debian server setup running Proxmox to host OpenVZ and Qemu ...
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make vnc server listen on guest's ip address

My host system has the IP 192.168.0.250. Now I want to create a kvm guest using a tap device (so the network card of the guest just acts like a "real" one). The guest has a static ip 192.168.0.249 ...
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How to create LAN segments in qemu

I could successfully connect two different virtual machine ports directly using LAN segment feature in VMware workstation. Is there a way to do the same on qemu ? As of now i have created two qemu ...
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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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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 ...