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Thread: can I have 2 nics on a kvm vm?

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    Default can I have 2 nics on a kvm vm?

    I'd like to make a virtual 'wan'. Is this possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by natxo View Post
    I'd like to make a virtual 'wan'. Is this possible?
    hi, what is a virtual wan? please describe in detail.
    Best regards,
    Tom

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    ok, sorry for not being as clear as I thought I was.

    By 'virtual wan' I mean to pretend I have a wide area network in a box. An 'office' here, an 'office' there ...., coupled by routers with 2 nics. Each 'office' in its own network.

    This would be a great tool to test network behaviour in a contained test environment.

    Hence my question about 2 nics per vm.

    I hope I made myself clear now :-)

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    Next version will include support for 10 bridges and arbitrary number of network cards (currently kvm only). So i guess you can build a virtual wan.

    - Dietmar

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