Hi there,Have setup a CentOS 6.3 KVM server (host) but my guest (same distro) can't access the internet.The host can ping the guest, other servers on the LAN and 8.8.8.... [by JackStone]
on 01/11/2013 – Made popular on 01/11/2013
Hi there. I have a strange problem here. I've set up ubuntu server 10.04 x64 with kvm and bridged networking and installed win server 2008 as a guest os. The guest os has full access to the network including lan/wan but the host os can only reach my lan and not the wan.
GUESTS networking not working at all, have br0 bridge already created, also
brctl show does show that vnet0 was properly added by KVM to br0 on guest startup....
but guest can not ping host or lan gateway...
ip_forward is set to 1
iptables is off and not even installed which should not be needed since I just need the GUESTS
to have direct access to the router/lan through the bridged br0
I have thi
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