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Networking with QEMU 0.9.1? (Emulation)

posted by rr(R) Homepage E-mail, Berlin, Germany, 15.02.2008, 17:32

> > What problems did you have?
> Same as you. NE2000 driver shows FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF for ne2k_pci, and the

I think that's a combined driver/QEMU issue. Crynwr driver is for ISA cards only, so it should fail for `ne2k_pciŽ, but there's probably some ISA code left over in QEMU, which makes the driver think it found an ISA card.

For `ne2k_pciŽ you need pk-8029(110).zip. You can get it from Realtek.

> rtl8139 driver locks up. I find that I have to use rtl8139 for FreeBSD

I'm working on that. ;-) As a work around change at file offset 0x53D7 from 76 F9 to 90 90.

> Why not also assign your TAP device to a network of 192.168.0.x, rather

How to route between 192.168.0.x and 192.168.0.x? ;-) Subnets must be different for routing. Meanwhile I found another interesting idea (bridging), but I still have to test it further.

> I'd have used socket instead of tap.

But this way you can't access a QEMU guest from another PC in your network.


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