Re: [qubes-users] How to split into two gateways

2020-06-26 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
'Matt Drez' via qubes-users: >> Are you sure the second NIC works under Qubes, even by itself? Also, if >> it's dual ports on a single card, try adding a separate physical NIC card. > > Great thinking! That was one of the first things I have tried. And just to > clarify the first NIC is

Re: [qubes-users] How to split into two gateways

2020-06-26 Thread 'Matt Drez' via qubes-users
> Are you sure the second NIC works under Qubes, even by itself? Also, if > it's dual ports on a single card, try adding a separate physical NIC card. Great thinking! That was one of the first things I have tried. And just to clarify the first NIC is integrated on the mobo and the second one is

Re: [qubes-users] How to split into two gateways

2020-06-26 Thread 'awokd' via qubes-users
'Matt Drez' via qubes-users: >> Try just doing the passthrough first. If you can get the NICS to show up >> in `lspci` in the two sys-nets and configure networking so you can ping >> out. >> > >> Command to attach the NIC: `qvm-pci attach sys-net2 dom0:`. >> > >> PCI-address can be found in the

Re: [qubes-users] How to split into two gateways

2020-06-25 Thread 'Matt Drez' via qubes-users
> Try just doing the passthrough first. If you can get the NICS to show up > in `lspci` in the two sys-nets and configure networking so you can ping > out. > > Command to attach the NIC: `qvm-pci attach sys-net2 dom0:`. > > PCI-address can be found in the output of `qvm-pci`. Those are the

Re: [qubes-users] How to split into two gateways

2020-06-23 Thread Jarrah
> Can someone please tell me if you were able to achieve the following? > - Have two NICs handling two separate sys-net > - Behind each sys-net their own firewall > - behind the firewalls their own set of VMs. Yes, the machine I am on has this setup. Both sys-net VMs have a dedicated NIC PCI

[qubes-users] How to split into two gateways

2020-06-22 Thread 'Matt Drez' via qubes-users
Hey guys, I'm working on my 2nd qubes machine but this task I could never figure out on the first one to begin with. Can someone please tell me if you were able to achieve the following? - Have two NICs handling two separate sys-net - Behind each sys-net their own firewall - behind the