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Re: [Qemu-devel] Multiple NIC's With Redirected Ports

From: Wolfgang Richter
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] Multiple NIC's With Redirected Ports
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 12:26:38 -0400
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Basically, what I want to accomplish is this.  eth0 and eth1 are in
bridging mode, with eth0 supposedly leading out to the internet, and
eth1 supposedly connecting an internal network to the internet. eth2
connects to a third network, but that doesn't really matter too much. 
eth0 wants a few ports open and so does eth2.  Is this possible at all
with QEMU?  So far I've had no luck...but will continue trying different

Wolfgang Richter

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>I am trying to simulate three NIC's, with redirected ports from the host to my 
>simulated system. I want port 22 to go to NIC 1, and port 443 to go to NIC 3. 
>Is this possible? So far, I think only eth0 seems to be working on my guest 
>OS, so maybe my -redir tcp:22::22 -redir tcp:443::443 are screwing up the 
>multiple NIC's?? I have to redirect ports in order for the guest OS to have 
>servers right (SSH, SSL web)? I am using QEMU 0.7.0.
>I just want to make sure my invocation of QEMU (under Windows XP) isn't 
>screwing anything up:
>qemu.exe -L "\Program Files\Qemu\bios" -m 256 -hda "C:\Program 
>Files\Qemu\RooHoneynet.img" -enable-audio -localtime -nics 3 -redir tcp:22::22 
>-redir tcp:443::443
>Wolfgang Richter
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