--- Comment #34 from Dean Hunter <deanhunter(a)comcast.net> ---
That is good and I am willing to do whatever I can to help test it.
But what we really need to know NOW is the recommended work-around. I am
willing to accept that the network management applet of the Gnome Control
Center can not be used or displays erroneous or misleading information. But
does the NetworkManager service work correctly? if so, what should the
ifcfg-br1 and ifcfg-em1 files look like? Are there steps to be taken before
configuring NetworkManager? What about routing?
These are some of the details we hope will become transparent and I am certain
you know them better than we do. There is a lot of information available that
seems dated in one regard or another and virsh iface-bridge, which seemed like
a big step forward, returns an error
It is my understanding that a bridge could be configured to make the virtual
machine guests appear on the network as if they were network peers of the
physical machine host; they would used the same DHCP as the physical machines,
the same address range, the same DNS, etc. I have tried piecing together the
configuration, but nothing I have done quite works.
Please, is there a document you could reference or instructions you could
provide for of us that are not expert enough in the networking utilities to dig
it out on our own?
You are receiving this mail because:
You are on the CC list for the bug.
Unsubscribe from this bug