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Creating an RHEL 5 KVM Networked Bridge Interface

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By default, the KVM virtualization environment on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 only creates a virtual network to which virtual machines may connect. The goal of this chapter is to cover the steps involved in creating a network bridge on RHEL 5 enabling guest systems to share one or more of the host system’s physical network connections.

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