[CentOS-virt] Network and IP's
michael.schumacher at pamas.de
Sat Sep 24 10:33:15 EDT 2011
> Well, is there any other (better) documentation, than the one from
> Redhat_Enterprise_6.0_Virtualization ?
I agree. This is a very poor piece of documentation. Basically it is
just a collection of descriptions of tools and parameters. It does not
give any insight about various concepts and it does not help at all to
choose the right solution
>> | When "playing" with Cent OS 5.x Virtualization, I could have a host
>> | with
>> | IP:192.168.10.40 and the guests with IP's: 192.168.10.41,
>> | 192.168.10.42... an so on.
>> | But now after installing Cent OS 6.0 as a host, I can't figure out how
>> | to make my guest get the same IP's.
>> | My host is still 192.168.10.40, but the 1. guest i make, get an IP of
>> | 192.168.122.x !
I ran across the same problem. Looks like Centos is setting up a NAT
network rather than a bridged network by default. It appears that the
host is acting as a DHCP server for the virtualized machines.
Hope this helps.
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
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