As a newbie, I followed the "How To" http://www.howtoforge.com/high-perfo...ntu-8.04-amd64
on setting up XEN on Ubuntu 8.04 64bit. Everything worked fine, except networking. The guest can't contact the outide world on TCP/IP. Making Ping, shows 100% loss. So what went wrong?
Am I supposed to use a seperate Ethernet card for the Xen guest?
Is there a way to make a bridged network through the same ethernet port as the host is using? Bridging is not good for performance, but is great for testing.
Gives me this error message:
You appear to have a missing vif-script, or network-script, in the Xen configuration file /etc/xen/xend-config.sxp.
Please fix this and restart Xend, or your guests will not be able to use any networking!
The '--hostname' argument is mandatory.
So, where is the vif or network-script? Did I miss something in the "How To"?