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On Wed, Nov 02, 2022 at 08:16:01 +0100, Tomas By wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to set up an `isolated virtual network' with two or more
> MS-DOS guests, all on one single Linux box.
> The aim is for them to share a disk (or just one directory on one
> disk).
> As I could not get it to work with IPX, am now trying TCP/IP. However,
> I suspect the MS tools are still attempting to use IPX as well.
> Is there some simple solution that I am missing?
> Does libvirt support IPX at all?

Libvirt's network definition creates a bridge (switch), so it shouldn't
really matter which protocol you run across it. Obviously libvirt
does not configure IPX on the host facing side of the bridge because we
don't support it, but if VMs talk IPX they should be able to.

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