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Old 26th June 2008, 03:29
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Default Adding a Physical NIC to Xen host

Hello,

I have just installed Xen and configured a virtual machine for the first time. I followed the following How To:

http://www.howtoforge.com/ubuntu-8.0...u-repositories

When I did the initial install and configuration of the VM, the physical machine only had one NIC installed. I now want to install a second physical NIC in the machine and eventually have the VM utilize the second NIC.

After installing the NIC, I logged onto the Dom0 machine. I then modified /etc/network/interfaces.

After issuing the ifconfig command, I failed to see the second interface.

My guess is that my approach is wrong since the Dom0 is really a VM as well. So how do I go about adding the second NIC and configuring the existing VM's to use it?
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