Jan 11, 2017

I'm setting up a VM on Debian 9 using QEMU (and KVM). I'm currently trying to make it work through a bridged network, which I have set up using ip link, ip tuntap etc; here is the output of brctl show:. bridge name bridge id STP enabled interfaces br0 8000.107b444f55d6 no enp4s0 tap0 docker0 8000.0242d4c18983 no What Is A Bridge? - Linux Documentation Project A bridge is a device that separates two or more network segments within one logical network (e.g. a single IP-subnet). A bridge is usually placed between two separate groups of computers that talk with each other, but not that much with the computers in the other group. NetworkConnectionBridge - Community Help Wiki Apr 15, 2016 Define a network bridge using Ubuntu's / Linux Mint's Jul 16, 2017

Nov 05, 2015

A network bridge is a Link Layer device which forwards traffic between networks based on MAC addresses and is therefore also referred to as a Layer 2 device. It makes forwarding decisions based on tables of MAC addresses which it builds by learning what hosts are connected to each network. Linux Network Bridge | aws-labs.com

You can use it wherever you need redundant links, fault tolerance or load balancing networks. It is the best way to have a high availability network segment. A very useful way to use bonding is to use it in connection with 802.1q VLAN support (your network equipment …

10.2. Bridged networking with libvirt Red Hat Enterprise Open the network script for the device you are adding to the bridge. In this example, ifcfg-eth0 defines the physical network interface which is set as part of a bridge: DEVICE=eth0 # change the hardware address to match the hardware address your NIC uses HWADDR=00:16:76:D6:C9:45 ONBOOT=yes BRIDGE=br0