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Old 02-12-2009, 04:24 PM
"Mackell, Thomas O"
 
Default How to get the IP address of Virtual Machines

We have several virtual guests running. Is there a way to
get the guests virtual machines ip addresses ?


We build the virtual machine using virt-install. *We
are using DHCP for the temporary ip addresses.


After the machines is built, *we currently use the
virt-manager to open a console, do an ifconfig eth0 to get the machines ip
address, is there an easier way to do this. Hopefully from the Dom 0 logon
session.


Currently running RHEL 5.3 os, the virtual machines are
various version of Redhat and Fedora, Centos etc.


*


Thanks in Advance,




Thomas Mackell


IM OSS UNIX/VMS Server Design & Support









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Old 02-12-2009, 06:00 PM
Cole Robinson
 
Default How to get the IP address of Virtual Machines

Mackell, Thomas O wrote:
> We have several virtual guests running. Is there a way to get the guests virtual machines ip addresses ?
> We build the virtual machine using virt-install. We are using DHCP for the temporary ip addresses.
> After the machines is built, we currently use the virt-manager to open a console, do an ifconfig eth0 to get the machines ip address, is there an easier way to do this. Hopefully from the Dom 0 logon session.
> Currently running RHEL 5.3 os, the virtual machines are various version of Redhat and Fedora, Centos etc.
>

You can try checking out the virt-mem suite:

http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/virt-mem/

There's a tool 'virt-ifconfig' that can be run on the host, and can show
a VM's net config. This stuff doesn't come in RHEL, so you'll have to
build it yourself.

- Cole

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