Re: Bridge

On 02/08/2013 18:04, Justin Brown wrote:

I think that I can point you in the right direction if you can answer
a few questions.
Thanks, I had to precise that this conf is only for testing. All my answers will concern the architecture for my tests. Once I will have validate everything, a pfsense router will be used.
1) Are the data and VOIP networks tagged with VLANs?
Not for the moment and they won't be tagged. They are delivered directly behind the cisco router on 2 differents ports
2) Does your laptop need IP addresses for the data and/or VOIP
networks, or does the laptop use a wireless network?
The laptop need (I think) at least one IP on data to get in the network and communicate.

3) If the laptop needs IP addresses, are they DHCP or static?
Everything is static

In the end, I can have a virtual network that is NAT for the Guest on the device accessing datas, there is no problem for my tests. Yet, for the VoIP, my guest must use a specific IP and access to a specific one in order to register to a trunk sip.

Thanks for all

On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 10:58 AM, Florent THOMAS <mailinglist tdeo fr> wrote:
Thanks for your answer.

This kind of conf is giving me crayz. I think I will try another way.
Anyway, My problem is the following.

IP_Datas ------------|
IPVoIP  ---------------|

In the switch I plug my only ethernet device of my laptop.
Inside the laptop I have a VM with 2 ethernet cards. I would like to know
how to configure the virtual network for accessing both network physically
form the VM guest.


On 02/08/2013 17:20, Justin Brown wrote:


It depends by what you mean for virtual networking. If you want a
Linux bridge attached to an ethernet interface (or VLAN) with KVM
guests attaching vnets, yes, that is currently possible with
NetworkManager. On the other hand, NetworkManager cannot control Open
vSwitch or other advanced features.

The documentation for NM is sorely lacking, but I have found the
Fedora Networking guide,, to
be useful. And if you get deep into NM keyfile configurations,
lists all possible configuration keys.


On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 9:23 AM, Florent THOMAS <mailinglist tdeo fr> wrote:

Hy folks

Is networkmanager capable for managing bridges for virtual networking?



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