davidshen84 at gmail
Apr 11, 2012, 9:10 PM
Post #2 of 6
Re: No NICs with Ubuntu 11.10 in domU and RHEL5.7 dom0
[In reply to]
What does 'ifconfig -a' say in your Ubuntu domU? And what is your network
configuration for your domU? If you use NAT network for your domU, I think
you need to configure your network in your Ubuntu by manual.
On Thursday, April 12, 2012, Alan McKay wrote:
> He folks,
> I've been working on this problem for quite some time now - it is
> related to my unanswered question about whether or not I need a
> functioning NIC in my domU VM in order to use an iSCSI disk. Short
> answer - I think so.
> So I've done a considerable amount of googling and reading the last 2
> days, and finally figured out how to configure dom0 xen for 2 NICs.
> For the longest time I was not seeing what I was expecting to see
> doing 'ifconfig' on dom0. Now I see :
> eth0, eth1, lo, peth0, peth1, vif0.0, vif0.1, vifX.0, vifX.1, xenbr0,
> And I have confirmed with a CentOS 5.8 domU that the NICs are working.
> But damned if I can get them working under Ubuntu 11.10. And more
> googling is not getting me an answer.
> Does someone have a quick link at-hand to help me out here?
> This does not help - it assumes the NICs are there :
> I do "lshw | grep -i eth" and get nothing.
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