I have a CentOS 6.2 KVM host, running bridged networking with several CentOS guests (5.8, 6.3). One of the 6.3 guests runs CUPS print services, which works fine across the network.
I have a CentOS 6.3 machine running several guest CentOS 6.2 VMs. I would have liked to setup a filesystem passthrough between the guest and the host but it seems that this functionality is not supported in CentOS 6.X as of yet.
The main aim is the CentOS 6.3 x86_64 host without eth interfaces (console management only) with 2 CentOS i386 guests. One of guests access physical eth-interface as own pci device. The guests have... [by sandrey74]
I have a Xen dom0 running CentOS. It has an assigned IP address from a /29 block. There are guests with addresses also from the same /29 block. The dom0 is using bridged networking. Everything is happy there.
Now, I recently got assigned more IP addresses (a /28) to add more guests. This group of addresses is on a completely different range.
I have a CentOS server running KVM and need to connect a virtual network to the internet. The network must be routed or NATted, it must not be bridged (port security). If possible, I would like to connect the network to an alias of eth0 with a second IP address and leave the first IP for the host, but it might be possible to reverse that.
I've set up 2 physical virtualbox hosts with multiple guests on each. Both are networked over physical LAN (eth0 - 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52) and both have hostonlyif (vboxnet0) configured - 10.0.1.0/24 and 10.0.2.0/24. Guests have NAT set up (along with host only), thus providing traffic both way.
I have a KVM machine with CentOS 6.4 (64bit), I have a Linux guest running
well on this, I created a Windows 2008 R2 guest and once I start it, after
sometime all the host memory get exhausted and both the guests (linux+win)
Host has 32 GB RAM, 8 GB is allocated to Linux guest and 8 GB to Windows.