On Thu, Aug 30, 2007 at 08:02:51AM -0400, Chuck wrote:
> i dont know much about hardware switching interfaces as it will, but couldn't
> that be rectified by running arp or an arp-like product to reassign them?
I would need to run a diagnostic from within each of the guest to
an external IP (since the host can always ping the guest IP
and sees no problem -- it's the switch outside that gets
> then iproute2 could be used to guarantee the same network goes to the same
> card always. in some computers it also could work to disable the network
> interfaces in bios yet the kernel can still detect and use them.
Since this is a hardware (chipset) issue either kernel or BIOS will
be powerless. But I'll have to reproduce the problem on the host
NIC first. If it recurs there, this thing gets RMAed.
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