Can anyone help me with a virtual networking issue?
I've got a NAT'd network running for my KVM machines on a Fedora 10 host. I want to be able to PXE boot these systems without having any of these services available to the outside world. The corporate network would NOT like me providing DHCP or PXE boot services and screwing up the rest of the network.
I figured it couldn't be THAT difficult, but then ran into issues when I found that the virtual network doesn't run any DHCP service to provide IP addresses. The config is only in /etc/libvirt/qemu/networks/default.xml and seems to be pretty basic. Just allows a range of IP addresses to be set up.
Is there any way I can provide full DHCP and PXE services from my host, but only to the private NAT'd virtual network?