Am Thu, 24 Nov 2016 18:28:38 GMT
schrieb AK <Akoellh@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com>:
> You will have to configure your static routes with one of the NWM frontends
> (nm-applet or nmtui for example, the latter is well suited if there is no X
nm-connection-editor instead of nm-applet and nmtui-edit instead of nmtui would
be the direct way to get a (G)UI for editing settings.
Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity.
You need to first describe in detail your physical networking and then whether KVM is running on the same machine or on another machine.
If you are running KVM on the same machine, then it’s not advisable to create networking configurations to virtual networks directly on physical networking interfaces, the general procedure is to create a Linux Bridge Device which is bound to a physical interface. The LBD itself is then configured to provide virtual networking support including routing, possibly network address spaces, DHCP and more.
Also, if you install libvirt which is generally the case when you install KVM using YAST, vm manager pretty much does a lot of this for you easily.
You can search the Virtualization Forum for my many posts on this subject.
As for Network Manager running on a HostOS, that’s OK as long as you configure only for the HostOS and don’t do a thing for any virtual networking.