Wouter Verhelst <firstname.lastname@example.org> (2017-04-15): > On Sat, Apr 15, 2017 at 01:18:52PM +0200, Daniel Pocock wrote: > > As you describe, the default network is an extra layer of NAT. It > > works, but not everybody wants that. > > So those who don't want it can fix their bloody configuration. ACK. > Are you honestly suggesting that we should create unnecessary fluff for > all our users just because NAT doesn't work for a small minority of our > users? Indeed, NACK! > It's always possible to create a bridge manually, there's no need to do > that from the installer; and NAT works out of the box (virt-manager will > even suggest you enable the default network if you try to use it and it > hasn't been enabled yet). Also, NAT is only one of the possible modes with libvirt. You can use an isolated network, forwarding to a physical network (using NAT or routed mode)… Nothing too hard to configure for something feeling so strongly about NAT… KiBi.
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