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From: Harald Dunkel on 17 May 2010 06:30
I am trying to run Solaris 10u8 as a guest in kvm (kernel
126.96.36.199). Problem: The virtual network devices don't work
with this Solaris version.
e1000 and pcnet work just by chance, as it seems. I can ping
the guest (even though some packets are lost), but ssh or other
TCP connections don't work.
rtl8139 and ne2k_pci are not even listed by "ifconfig -a" on
Solaris 10u6 worked fine (using e1000).
Can anybody reproduce this problem?
Any helpful comment would be highly appreciated. Of course
I would be glad to help to track this down.
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