[CentOS] using KVM Virbr0 with bonded nics?

Tue Oct 25 12:42:12 UTC 2011
Jim Wildman <jim at rossberry.com>

YOu will have to do it on the virbr side, if it does not pick it up
automatically.  If the bond is set to be your default route, it may just
"do the right thing".  More surprising things have happened...

On Mon, 24 Oct 2011, Bob Hoffman wrote:

> Interested in bonding my 2 on board nics along with my add on card NIC
> for a total of 3.
> How would this work with the virtual machines?
> My eths/IPs ---> bond0, bond0:1, etc --->  ?   ----> virbr0,virbr0:1
> (each machine to have own IP address, one machine may have some virtual
> sites needing more than one ip,
> so multiple ips added to mix..)
> add something to the bond0 file, or just leave it alone and mess with
> the virbr0 files?
> I heard something about network manager not liking bonding and bridging...
> anyone do this kind of thing?
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Jim Wildman, CISSP, RHCE       jim at rossberry.com http://www.rossberry.net
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