No mention of VRM and HMC.. But at v7.1 and HMC'd I have used the new bridge line desc. From "service" lpar to network then the the virtual LAN.

This also has same concepts.

IMO the bridging makes it easier to get guest lpar on the same network as other hosts. No more nat or proxy.


On Mar 21, 2014, at 4:26 PM, "Anna Abt" <acosgrove@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I've set up a service partition and a guest partition. On the service
partition I created a virtual Ethernet adapter and one on the client
partition using the same VLAN id. I have 2 line descriptions, one for the
physical and one for the virtual created on the service partition. I have a
line description created for the virtual adapter on the client partition. I
then created the routing for the physical adapter with a public address and
routing for each of the virtual adapters. I used NAT to map the private
address of partition 2 (client) to the public address of partition 1
(service). I thought I had this set up correctly, but I am unable to see
the public interface from the network. Did I do something incorrectly? I
am able to see another interface on partition 1 that is not bridged. Any
help would be appreciated.

Anna Abt
Director of Programming
CYBRA Corporation
(914)963-6600 Ext 207


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