17.14. Creating a New Virtual Network Device

17.14. Creating a New Virtual Network Device

You can use xm to create a new virtual network device:

xm network-attach [domain-id] [script=scriptname] [ip=ipaddr] [mac-macaddr] [bridge=bridge-name] [backend-bedomain-id]

The five parameter options are defined below:

Parameter Description


Uses the specified script name to bring up the network


Passes the specified script name to the adapter


The MAC address the domain sees on its ethernet device


The name of the device to attach the vif


The back end domain id.

Table 17.4. Parameters

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