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Re: [Xen-users] xen 4.3 - bridge with bonding under Debian Wheezy

On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 3:52 PM, Alexandre Kouznetsov <alk@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> If you are asking me, I do have a working setup, but on Debian Squeeze (see
> no hurry to upgrade). I would not expect it to be different on Wheezy.
> The thing that might be different, is that are at least two ways of doing
> link aggregation with Xen (AFAIK). One is to create the bond with ifenslave
> (ifupdown serves as a nice wrapper to it), and then attach it to a bridge,
> this is the one I use. The other is to incorporate the physical interfaces
> directly to a bridge and manage them via Open vSwitch, this is the one I
> have not played with yet. For example, XenServer (and XCP) uses Open
> vSwitch.
> Greetings.
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Thank you for the information.
If you don't mind I have a couple of questions.
What level did you set up your bond for?
Is your DOMU PV or HVM?
Did you have to do anything special to make your method work?
I created my bond and bridge in /etc/network/interfaces with eht0-eth3
in bond0(level 6) and then used bond0 for the bridge.  From what you
said, this sounds like I did it right.  But every time I tried, the
DOMU said it was connected to the internet, but wouldn't communicate
with anything on the network.  DOM0 worked fine.

Thank you.

Shane D. Johnson
IT Administrator
Rasmussen Equipment

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