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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...