--- On Sun, 3/27/11, Renzo Davoli <re...@cs.unibo.it> wrote:

> 
> Your example will run if you define the VLAN 150 and you
> add the ports of the two qemu
> machines to that vlan (tagged mode).
> 
> the commands are:
> 
> vlan/create 150
> vlan/addport 150 1
> vlan/addport 150 2
> 
> (if the qemu machines were connected to different ports,
> not 1 and 2, change the arguments
> of vlan/addport commands).
> 
>     renzo davoli
> 

OK thanks for the info. I did what you said but they are still not answering to 
the ping. This is the print of the switch info :-

vde[/tmp/myvde.mgmt1]: port/print

Port 0001 untagged_vlan=0000 ACTIVE - Unnamed Allocatable
 Current User: NONE Access Control: (User: NONE - Group: NONE)
 IN:  pkts        912          bytes                38760
 OUT: pkts       1393          bytes                61794
  -- endpoint ID 0007 module tuntap      : tap1
Port 0002 untagged_vlan=0000 ACTIVE - Unnamed Allocatable
 Current User: root Access Control: (User: NONE - Group: NONE)
 IN:  pkts        962          bytes                43860
 OUT: pkts        974          bytes                41316
  -- endpoint ID 0008 module unix prog   : QEMU user=root PID=591  
SOCK=/tmp/vde.ctl1/.00591-00000
Port 0003 untagged_vlan=0000 ACTIVE - Unnamed Allocatable
 Current User: root Access Control: (User: NONE - Group: NONE)
 IN:  pkts        503          bytes                21294
 OUT: pkts       1356          bytes                57120
  -- endpoint ID 0010 module unix prog   : QEMU user=root PID=598  
SOCK=/tmp/vde.ctl1/.00598-00000
Success

And this is the VLAN info :-

vde[/tmp/myvde.mgmt1]: vlan/print

VLAN 0000              
 -- Port 0001 tagged=0 active=1 status=Forwarding
 -- Port 0002 tagged=0 active=1 status=Forwarding
 -- Port 0003 tagged=0 active=1 status=Forwarding
VLAN 0150
 -- Port 0001 tagged=1 active=1 status=Forwarding
 -- Port 0002 tagged=1 active=1 status=Forwarding
 -- Port 0003 tagged=1 active=1 status=Forwarding
Success

I have added the same VLAN into the host, the guest OS1, the guest OS2 with IP 
address 192.168.200.1, 192.168.200.2 and 192.168.200.3 respectively but still 
cannot ping each other.




      

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