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Sanjay Arora 06-01-2012 09:38 AM

Centos 6 - Networking: Some Queries -- GURUS HELP PL
 
With NM_Controlled=No in the ifcfg file, NM applet shows "Not Managed", so
the ifcfg file is being read. What is the extent of interaction of
NetworkManager with ifcfg files is unknown....very little information on
the net. Seems Network Manager is still mostly unplublished compared to
other utilities. Any pointers to literature on this or macro architecture
of NM would be appreciated, as Google is not throwing up the right results.

On a separate note however, I'd still like to know how to use a bridge to
route packets between two networks.....say network card having
address...192.168.1.3 and a kvm based virtual network say
172.31.1.0/24needing to use this device for Internet access (through
router 192.168.1.1)
using a bridge? How to do it?

With regards.
Sanjay.
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Sanjay Arora 06-01-2012 09:38 AM

Centos 6 - Networking: Some Queries -- GURUS HELP PL
 
With NM_Controlled=No in the ifcfg file, NM applet shows "Not Managed", so
the ifcfg file is being read. What is the extent of interaction of
NetworkManager with ifcfg files is unknown....very little information on
the net. Seems Network Manager is still mostly unplublished compared to
other utilities. Any pointers to literature on this or macro architecture
of NM would be appreciated, as Google is not throwing up the right results.

On a separate note however, I'd still like to know how to use a bridge to
route packets between two networks.....say network card having
address...192.168.1.3 and a kvm based virtual network say
172.31.1.0/24needing to use this device for Internet access (through
router 192.168.1.1)
using a bridge? How to do it?

With regards.
Sanjay.
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CentOS mailing list
CentOS@centos.org
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