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Bridged network with different subnets

I want to virtualize my webserver with lxc/virsh for this reason, I want to pass a IP to the lxc container. But my IPs are from different subnets, what I tried (but not successfully): Virsh network: ...
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Fedora 18 guest in VirtualBox 4.2: How to assign static IPv4 address to guest regardless of active ethernet interface on host

I have a Ubuntu 13.04 host running VirtualBox 4.2.12. This host has both a wired and a wireless network interface, but only one of which would usually be active at any given time. For example, at home ...
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To what extent does LXC manage configuring the network interface in a container?

In the LXC config file we can specify an IP address for a container: lxc.network.type=veth lxc.network.link=br0 lxc.network.ipv4 = 10.1.0.35/16 lxc.network.flags=up lxc.network.hwaddr= ...
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Extra bridge interfaces get added automatically

I have a bridge set up between eth0 and br0, the bridge works fine, but sometimes, for unknown reasons and circumstances, I keep getting these off vethXXXXXX interfaces added to the bridge. When this ...
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lxc networking quesion

I have a similar requirement to the OP of this thread. I want the following configuration: -Physical host (PhyHost) reachable from the network at IP 10.1.101.89 -LXC container (LxcHost) ...
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Why do the members of a bridge lose their Ip address?

I have created a bridge using to existing network interfaces: $ brctl addif br0 eth1 $ brctl addif br0 eth2 Why do eth1 and eth2 lose their IP addresses? What's the reasoning behind it? PS this is ...