Le 16/09/2016 à 20:21, Edward Haas a écrit :
    My main goal is simplicity, and I'd rather use simple bridging, no
    NAT, simple.

    What would be the simplest choice?

With Virtual Machine Manager you can edit-connection details and create
bridges on the host that you can connect to.


I usually use an isolated network, that does not connect to the outside
world and is limited to the host. If I need it to access the outside
world, I can either connect one of the nics to the bridge created on the
host or just create another vnic that uses nat/macvtap.

I get that.

Note that VMM is mainly focused on simple VM connectivity, using it for
nested virtualization is not simple and will require from you additional


Would you recommend a better suited solution for nested virtualization?

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