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If you're running the NFS server from within the qemu virtual machine, (the guest), then you should be able to go into the qemu guest and run this command: ifconfig -a It should return output sort of like this: eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:18:51:D4:AA:12 inet addr:192.168.1.103 Bcast:192.168.1.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 ...
When you're running a bridge the members in the bridge (eth2) no longer should have an IP address assigned to them. br0 should be getting the IP now. Example This is output from a system that uses KVM. It uses qemu-kvm under the hood so it should be similar in setup to what you're trying to do. $ ifconfig -a br0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr ...
Yes, although it depends on the actual hardware as well and you are going to need QEMU > 1.3 and PCI based card (no AGP, I'm afraid). The keywords you want to search for are VFIO and pass-through (in all of its forms and misspellings).
Sure they can (and do) work (QEMU stands for Quick EMUlator), but will be much slower than their native couterparts - i.e. those that are using the same ISA (or a subset of it) as the real hardware - since much of the code can't be run directly (without emulation). From my experience from about 3 years ago, QEMU-emulated PowerPC on x86 was one ...
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