[CentOS-virt] Walkthrough available for bonding, bridging, and VLAN's?

Philip Durbin philipdurbin at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 23:59:27 EDT 2012

Hi Nico,

I shared some configs here:

[CentOS-virt] [Advice] CentOS6 + KVM + bonding + bridging


I hope this helps. I have another config with the trunked VLANs on a separate interface (also bonded, as above) if you want it.


On Sep 26, 2012, at 11:49 PM, Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel at gmail.com> wrote:

> Silvertip257, when you did this CentOS 6/KVM/bonding/bridging, did you
> ever get all the parts playing together correctlhy?
> I'm facing a setup with only two NIC's, and need for multiple trunked
> VLAN access, and bonded pairs, and KVM based bridges to get the VM's
> with exposed IP addresses. I can get basically any 2 out of the 3
> server network components working, binding, VLAN's, or KVM bridging,
> but attempts to pull all together on CentOS 6.3 fails. I'm finding
> numerous partial references, and a lot of speculation of "this setup
> should work!", but no cases of anyone actually doing it. And I'm
> unable to reach out to the upstream vendor directly until some
> paperwork gets straightened out.
> (And oh, I've been away from CentOS for a while, but am in the midst
> of deploying about 50 CentOS VM's on KVM virtualization if I can *get
> this working!!!!*)
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