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Re: [Qemu-devel] Making qemu use 10.0.3.x not 10.0.2.x

From: Ian Jackson
Subject: Re: [Qemu-devel] Making qemu use 10.0.3.x not 10.0.2.x
Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2008 16:36:55 +0000

andrzej zaborowski writes ("Re: [Qemu-devel] Making qemu use 10.0.3.x not 
> Right, but this happens so rarely (and there are no obvious symptoms
> when it happens)

The symptoms are generally that the host loses its network connection
to those parts of the outside world, or that it can't reach the guests
at all.

>  that it's okay for the user to set up non-user-net
> networking or issue this one line grep command posted in the original
> message. A more useful addition would perhaps be a simple warning from
> qemu when the host is in a network containing

I think a warning if a clash is detected is fine.

> Indeed when you google " ip" half of the hits relate to
> qemu/kvm/vbox.

... and the other half to people whose setups this range will break !

Gerd Hoffmann writes ("Re: [Qemu-devel] Making qemu use 10.0.3.x not 10.0.2.x"):
> A few years back I've worked for a web company, wrote the border router
> firewall rules, had some rules in there to catch packages with
> rfc1918-private addresses in public network.  Watching the statistics
> showed that the 172.16/12 range was _much_ less used than 10/8 and
> 192.168/16.


> I think 10/8 to be used by companies alot.  192.168.$smallnumber.0/24
> seems to be a quite common default for DSL routers and the like.


> Thus picking a random /24 network from 172.16/12 as new default value
> has a pretty good chance to vastly reduce the number of clashes with
> existing setups.



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