Re: How to bridge network

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On 10/3/22 11:38 AM, c.buhtz@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On 2022-10-02 14:21 "Richard W.M. Jones" <rjones@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It's definitely much harder than it needs to be, but the documentation
is here:
I wouldn't call this docu.

It is frustrating that a low-feature application like VirtualBox is
able to that out of the box but qemu is not.

I'm a virtualbox user as well.

As I understand it, virtualbox has a built in bridge that is used for this purpose and makes the various network configurations somewhat transparent.

Having professionally supported qemu/KVM/libvirt in enterprise products, I can say it is a bit more complex to set up, but it's much more flexible and powerful. When you add in PCI pass through, I'd say it's a worthwhile trade

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