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Introduction to Xen networking

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How to customize your Xen networking
Xen is pretty good at giving a working network setup for most common cases. By default it sets up virtual instances so they communicate with the network via the host's eth0 device, using NAT.

There are several other supported configurations for the times when this setup isn't appropriate these are:
  • bridged networking.
  • routed networking.
 read more | score:7031 | -Ray, February 28, 2006
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