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Thread: libvirtd - virt-install --network option

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    libvirtd - virt-install --network option

    Hi Guys,

    I have created two network bridge and defined it in network.xml file. Started it using virsh net-start "vlan test" where 'vlan test' is my network's name. Is it possible to add this using virt-install --network:"vlan test" option to create a VM with these two bridges. I get an error while trying to do so.

    I can ofcourse do multiple --network parameter with virt-install to create a dual nic VM, but my question is .. do we have an option with virt-install to include a user defined network in to a VM while creating it??

    Any help is much appreciated..

    Regards,
    Alex

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    Re: libvirtd - virt-install --network option

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