Add physical NIC to XenServer

If you add new physical network interface to the hardware that runs XenServer it won’t appear in XenCenter by default. In order to attach it to VMs or change its settings you’ll need to type in a few commands to XenServer’s CLI. 1. Connect XenServer via SSH using root rights: ssh root@192.168.10.1 -v 2. Make sure that new NIC is attached to hardware and detected by Linux, in below command’s […]

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Attach ISO image stored in XenServer local storage

Citrix XenServer is powerful hypervisor that is based on Linux (Redhat/Centos/Fedora family) and competes with Vmware ESXi and offer wide range of virtualization features for data centers. In general you can do a bare-metal installation of XenServer to your hardware server and create multiple virtual machines (VMs) inside XenServer host. Obviously you’ll need to have the possibility to boot VM from DVD-Rom to start installation of, let’s say, Linux Mint. You […]

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