[CentOS] can't access irc server on xen domU, please help

rudiahlers at gmail.com rudiahlers at gmail.com
Sun Aug 10 14:04:20 UTC 2008

If I use birdge mode for the VPS's, which is the defalt for XEN, then
surely the host OS's networking won't make any difference, right?

On 8/10/08, rudiahlers at gmail.com <rudiahlers at gmail.com> wrote:
> Yes, the VPS needs internet access.
> So, do I need to make changes on the network firewall? Or what do I do?
> I have since addes x.x.136.56 to the hom dom0, and when I nmap the
> domU, I can see the IRC ports open, but I now I can't connect to them
> from the internet.
> But how do I tell the domU to route all traffic via then new
> internface, eth0:2 (x.x.136.56)
> I have added the default gw x.x.136.33 to the dom0 & the domU already
> On 8/10/08, Kai Schaetzl <maillists at conactive.com> wrote:
>> Rudiahlers at gmail.com wrote on Sun, 10 Aug 2008 14:55:30 +0200:
>>> How do I work with a XEN domU on a different subnet than the XEN dom0?
>> If you just want to "work" with it, you can use xm console. If you want
>> to
>> have a network connection between the two, it's like with any other host,
>> there is no difference between virtual and physical. There is no "magic"
>> that connects host and guest via network. They have to have at least one
>> IP address on the same subnet or a router must route between them.
>> Kai
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> Rudi Ahlers


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Rudi Ahlers

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