Libvirtd & IPtables
Just an update. The rules in iptables are getting repeated. Don't know
why. Here is my IPTables ruleset.
Details about my virtual network interfaces:
On 3/18/11, Kurian Thayil <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am using KVM in RHEL 6 with a couple of virtual networks custom
> defined. Why is it that while I restart my libvirtd daemon, my Firewall
> rules even if it's saved previously, gets reset. IE, I have some custom
> rules defined in a chain and it should be 1st rule of FORWARD chain but
> while I restart the libvirtd daemon, the rule comes to 11th in FORWARD
> chain. Why is it so? Now, everytime after I restart the server, I have
> to delete the 11th rule (modified by libvirtd) and insert it as 1st
> rule. Is there any setting which helps me tweak the libvirtd -- IPtables
> interaction so that when libvirtd gets started, the saved rule gets loaded.?
> Kurian Thayil.
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