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Sample ifcfg-br0 interface configuration file. DEVICE=br0 TYPE=Bridge IPADDR=192.168.1.1 NETMASK=255.255.255.0 ONBOOT=yes BOOTPROTO=static NM_CONTROLLED=no DELAY=0. To complete the bridge another interface is created, or an existing interface is modified, and pointed to the bridge interface. The following is a sample Ethernet interface Bridged network — libvirt Networking Handbook — Jamie Nguyen # If unsure what 'netmask' or 'gateway' should be, ask your hosting provider. iface eth0 inet manual auto br0 iface br0 inet static # Use the MAC address identified above. hwaddress ether 19:7c:3b:92:ec:ee address 203.0.113.166 netmask 255.255.255.248 gateway 203.0.113.161 bridge_ports eth0 # If you want to turn on Spanning Tree Protocol, ask your hosting # provider first as it may conflict 9.3. Using the Command Line Interface (CLI) Red Hat Example ifcfg-br0 Interface Configuration File. The following is an example of a bridge interface configuration file using a static IP address: DEVICE=br0 TYPE=Bridge IPADDR=192.168.1.1 PREFIX=24 BOOTPROTO=none ONBOOT=yes DELAY=0. To complete the bridge another interface is created, or an existing interface is modified, and pointed to the Networking - Libvirt Wiki
Problem removing interface br0 and dependencies
If you still want to connect two bridges, you can use a pair of patch ports. The following example creates bridges br0 and br1, adds eth0 and tap0 to br0, adds tap1 to br1, and then connects br0 and br1 with a pair of patch ports. Aug 17, 2018 · Use the ping/ip commands to verify that both LAN and WAN interfaces are reachable: # See br0 $: ip a show # See routing info $: ip r # ping public site $: ping -c 2 cyberciti.biz # ping lan server $: ping -c 2 10.0.80.12. Sample outputs: Now if we want, we can configure a LXC containers to use br0 to reach directly Internet or LAN.
ovs-vsctl set Interface eth0 cfm_mpid=1 Deconfigure connectivity monitoring from above: ovs-vsctl clear Interface eth0 cfm_mpid NetFlow Configure bridge br0 to send NetFlow records to UDP port 5566 on host 192.168.0.34, with an active timeout of 30 seconds: ovs-vsctl -- set Bridge br0 netflow=@nf \-- --id=@nf create NetFlow targets=\"192.168.0
Apr 01, 2019 ovs-vsctl(8) - Linux manual page - Michael Kerrisk