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Ping (DUP) with Linux bridges and tap devices

http://imgur.com/qPoy2QJ I have two Linux (Ubuntu 12.04) VM (running on KVM) that networked together using two Linux bridges as shown above. The network interfaces are Linux TAP devices. The problem ...
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Tap interface within a virtual machine has NO-CARRIER

I am trying to hook up a virtual machine to a host using openvpn. When i create a tap interface within the virtual machine using: /usr/sbin/openvpn --mktun --dev tap1 The state of the tap interface ...
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Unbridged tap device

Good UTC evening! I've created a tap0 device on my host, it looks like: tap0: flags=4099<UP,BROADCAST,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 inet 10.0.0.1 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 10.0.0.255 ...
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What is th tap100i0 device on my debian with KVM?

I want configure a network for virtual machines on KVM. I created a bridge. But I found a new tap100i0 devise was created. Should I take it into account to get the virtual network running?
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Where is the userspace used by TUN/TAP?

When I put data on a wire in qemu what sets the upper limit on the rate of data I can transmit? The situation is I set up two machines A and B create two tap interfaces openvpn --mktun ...
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How to connect a virtual NIC in one QEMU-KVM instance to a virtual NIC in another QEMU-KVM instance without a bridge

Is there a way to connect a Virtual NIC one QEMU-KVM instance to a Virtual NIC on another QEMU-KVM instance. I want to be able to do this efficiently and it may be possible that the 2 instances could ...
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kvm, vlans, how to simulate a 'mirror' port

I'm working with kvm 0.14.1 on an ubuntu lucid x64 box. I've got 3 vlans configured, one that is a bridge to the host's eth1. The others are host only. I want to start playing with snort. Is there ...