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Re: [libvirt] Attaching an "Internal Address"



On 01/10/2013 02:07 AM, Varun Bhatnagar wrote:
Hi,

I am trying to attach an internal address to my domain. So for that I am defining the following syntax in my xml file:




but it is giving the following error:



(I'm assuming that you are using virtualbox, since type='internal' isn't supported for any other hypervisor.)

I don't use virtualbox, so I'm unfamiliar with interface type='internal', and support for it was apparently added before we became strict about all new XML additions requiring a matching addition to the documentation. However, looking through domain_conf.c, I see that this type of interface requires a <source> element with a *name* attribute (not network, as you've given). So I guess try it with <source name='eth0'/>.

Beyond that, I don't know if 'eth0' is an appropriate value for the name, whether the <model> you've specified is proper, or if you need any extra setup outside of the libvirt domain config.

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