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Old 14th April 2006, 16:39
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Default The Perfect Xen 3.0 Setup For Debian - virtual network problem

I followed the tutorial step by step on a box I just rented at an ISP. Everything went fine (including network connecticity) until I reached the last part with the virtual local network.

The VMs can reach each others and reach the Internet form their 10.0.0.x network, But after putting in the NAT rules I still can't aceess any running service such as SSH from the Internet. Is there any step misssing in the tutorial or am I doing something wrong ? And there is a difference when I add the NAT rules. Without them I get immediately a connection refused error, with the NAT rules it just keeps hanging.

For now, I went back to the bridged connection, but I relly hope to get the private local network running.

thanks in advance for any advice
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