[Users] vzctl netdev_add return "invalid argument"
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Tue Sep 14 18:07:05 EDT 2010
Le 14/09/2010 21:14, Kelvin Raywood a écrit :
> On Tue, 14 Sep 2010, Alfred Sawaya wrote:
>> I don't want to add a vnetdev but i want to give a guest a real and
>> full access to the ethernet card itself. The wiki says it's possible
>> with vzctl set VEID --netdev_add ethX but it retunrs an "invalid
>> argument" error.
> It works for me. You have to ensure that ethX is up on the
> hardware-node before assigning it to the guest. ethX doesn't need to
> have an IP address assigned but it does need to be active.
But you need to explicitly accept arp and forwarding. And you have a
virtualised stack so I don't know if you can use the ethernet card
offloads capabilities ?
Thank you for your help !
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