On 4/29/11, Lucian <lucian at lastdot.org> wrote: > Something seems out of order with the above; may I ask what exactly > you are trying to achieve? > Unless I read it all wrong you want (i.e.) x.x.x.2 on br0 and also on > eth0? This cannot work. Well, I have a physical connected to the ISP modem/router which assigned the connection a block of 8 IPs So I already have eth0 bridged to br0 using the IP x.x.x.2 Now I'm trying to figure out why a virtual guest with an eth0 device assigned wth IP x.x.x.3 can't connect anywhere. Looking at the Rx Tx of the vnet0 device that was generated, it seems that the vnet0 is getting traffic but not sending them on. So I'm wondering if it's because the bridge isn't assigned the x.x.x.3 IP hence ignoring the packets for/from x.x.x.3 And which then led me to try to assign more than 1 IP address. But using options such as IPADDR_START and IPADDR_END in ifcfg-br0 doesn't appear to work. Neither did creating another bridge device ifcfg-br1 with the IP x.x.x.3 worked. So I'm starting to wonder if it was possible in the first place.