[nmglug] and dhcp leases for virt-manager! [was Re: local repo copies, and dinner?]
jhemsing at gmail.com
Thu Dec 8 12:09:08 PST 2016
My KVMs use a virtio device bridge and don't occupy a different lease than
the physical NIC on my host machine. virt-manager should be able to setup
the bridge for you.
On Thu, Dec 8, 2016 at 12:52 PM jason schaefer <js at jasonschaefer.com> wrote:
> > I have also been trying to find the cleanest way to have longer-lasting
> > leases in dhcp for virt-manager VMs, or a clean integration of guest
> > hostnames into host dns. Anyone up for talking about that this evening?
> I'm a big fan of bridging the hosts interface so that the guest kvm can
> access the LAN directly. I avoid NAT if possible.
> As for DNS, you could hack your etc hosts file or better yet use a
> caching dns server on your router. I prefer openwrt for this kind of
> setup. Very solid and flexible (for "normal" network setups).
> Dinner at Second Street Brewery on 2nd st. A.k.a Oldery.
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