I have a server with 3 NIC's with OpenSUSE 13.2 and KVM installed. I have installed Debian as guest.
My network is
192.168.88.0/24, DHCP server is at
192.168.88.1. Now I want my guest to also get a
192.168.88.x IP-address from the DHCP server. This behaviour is possible with VirtualBox using "Bridged networking".
I found this page about networking in KVM: http://www.linux-kvm.org/page/Networking. User Networking, private virtual bridge and public virtual bridge isn't what I want.
I instead used "Virtual network defualt: NAT". Now my VM is getting an IP, but
How can I give the VM an IP in the same range as the host os, without loosing the IP of the host os?