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Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of NetworkBridging


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Timestamp:
2011-03-24T10:45:53Z (8 years ago)
Author:
Martin Decky
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  • NetworkBridging

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    55This checklist should work reasonably well with any recent GNU/Linux (2.6) distribution and QEMU/KVM 0.13.x on a IA-32 or AMD64 host system with a physical ethernet network card. Without any special arrangements you also need to have a root access on the host machine. If you have a substantially different software or hardware configuration than assumed by this checklist, you have to do the proper adjustments to the checklist.
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    7 '''Warning:''' Your mileage may vary! This checklist should not just be followed blindly. If you don't have a reasonable knowledge of your system and networking configuration, if you lack the basic understanding of the essential network technologies (i.e. terms such as ''MAC'', ''IP'', ''ethernet'', ''bridge'', etc.), if you are unfamiliar with the command line or if you are unable to understand shell scripts, then you can easily render your machine or (in the worst case) even your entire local network non-functional. The script examples presented here are in no way fail-safe and won't adapt on your environment if it substantially different than expected.
     7'''Warning:''' Your mileage may vary! This checklist should not be just followed blindly. If you don't have a reasonable knowledge of your system and networking configuration, if you lack the basic understanding of the essential network technologies (i.e. terms such as ''MAC'', ''IP'', ''ethernet'', ''bridge'', etc.), if you are unfamiliar with the command line or if you are unable to understand shell scripts, then you can easily render your machine or (in the worst case) even your entire local network non-functional. The script examples presented here are in no way fail-safe and won't adapt on your environment if it substantially different than expected.
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    99Just try not to be ignorant. If you end up stuck in a dead end, ask somebody who knows your local network environment (perhaps your network or systems administrator) for assistance.