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I am a web developer, open source enthusiast and a bit of a geek.

I own my own little consulting company, helping my customers do advanced web sites with Drupal and creating web applications with Node.js.

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accepted How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Jul
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comment How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
There was actually no routing error, it was an error in my .ssh/config file. Now it works great, thanks for the help :)
Jul
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revised How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Victory at last.
Jul
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revised How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Now just the final touches needed.
Jul
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comment How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Thanks for the help, I managed to make my outgoing traffic work correctly by changing the gateway to be the bridge address and then adding a route on the host machine. Now, I just need to get the incoming traffic routed correctly (see my update above for details).
Jul
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revised How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Now just the final touches needed.
Jul
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comment How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Okay, from following your advice, I got a step further, but still can't connect from the outside to the guest VM, and it doesn't have internet access. I've updated my question to reflect matters as they currently stand.
Jul
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revised How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
A step further.
Jul
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comment How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
The exact words from their support were “Your Subnet is routed via the Main IP of your server so you should use this IP as the GW for you subnet.”, so the routing part is only my interpretation. I tried removing eth0 from bridge_port, but that caused my network not to come back up correctly. I suppose I should re-add eth0 as a separate interface (instead of just being part of the bridge)?
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revised How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
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comment How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
I have enabled forwarding for both ipv4 and ipv6. The server is running headless in a datacenter, so I'm not sure how I'd go about attaching a VNC viewer to it's virtual machines. I have tried virsh console, but that does not give me a shell, just seems to stall.
Jul
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revised How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Software versions and firewall details.
Jul
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asked How to bridge a range of public IPs to KVM virtual machines on Debian/Ubuntu
Jul
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accepted How to DNAT to different local IP based on what public IP was accessed with Shorewall?
Jul
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comment How to assign multiple public IP-Adresses for 2 KVM-Guests
I've been trying to follow this guide, but when I add the bridge to /etc/network/interfaces and reload the network connection, the network does not come back up. In my case, I have one primary public IP for the host server and a separate /28 subnet I want to assign to the guests. I kept the original address for eth0, and then set up the first IP of the /28 on the bridge. Is that the wrong approach? Should it be the same adress as eth0?
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asked How to DNAT to different local IP based on what public IP was accessed with Shorewall?