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[Qemu-devel] [Bug 1441443] Re: Is there a way to create a 10G network in
[Qemu-devel] [Bug 1441443] Re: Is there a way to create a 10G network interface for VMs in KVM2.0?
Wed, 04 Apr 2018 17:41:20 -0000
Looking through old bug tickets ... have you already tried to use vhost-
net? That should be one of the fastest ways of networking with QEMU as
far as I know...
** Changed in: qemu
Status: New => Incomplete
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Is there a way to create a 10G network interface for VMs in KVM2.0?
Status in QEMU:
We have installed & configured the KVM 2.0 (qemu-kvm 2.0.0+dfsg-
2ubuntu1.10) on Ubuntu 14.04. The physical server is connected to 10G
network, KVM is configured in Bridged mode But the issue is, when we
create Network interface on VMs, we have only 1G device as an options
for vmhosts. Is this the limit of the KVM or is there a way to create
a 10G network interface for VMs? Available device models
Please find the network configuration details
Source device : Host device vnet1 (Bridge ‘br0’)
Device model : virtio
Network configuration in the host /etc/network/interfaces
iface br0 inet static
# dns-* options are implemented by the resolvconf package, if
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