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From Pradeep Cloudstack <pradeepcloudst...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Create VM - find out the NIC on KVM host connected to a Network switch
Date Fri, 20 Dec 2013 06:16:23 GMT
Hi Chiradeep,
the LLDP output on the switch looks something like

*************************************
Local Interface    Parent Interface    Chassis Id          Port info         
System Name
ge-0/0/21.0        -                   00:30:48:c9:54:26   eth1              
bng-p3-vmm-cloudstack.englab.juniper.net
ge-0/0/20.0        -                   00:30:48:fd:e4:fc   eth1              
bng-p3-vmm-vde02-dcbg.englab.juniper.net
me0.0              -                   78:fe:3d:d7:f4:80  
ge-0/0/2.0         x2-sw39
*************************************


Here  bng-p3-vmm-cloudstack.englab.juniper.net  and bng-p3-vmm-vde02-dcbg.englab.juniper.net 
are the KVM hosts connected to the switch


-Pradeep




On Friday, December 20, 2013 5:54 AM, Chiradeep Vittal <Chiradeep.Vittal@citrix.com>
wrote:
 
What does the LLDP output look like?


On 12/18/13 11:03 PM, "Pradeep Cloudstack" <pradeepcloudstack@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>Hi ,
>on a KVM host, I have a bridge interface - cloudbr1 to which eth1 has
>been added.
>This is for guest Network.
>
>
>When we create a VM on the KVM host, the NetworkGuru plugin gets to know
>about cloudbr1
>(via the KVM traffic label). But is there any means to figure out the
>ports (like eth1) that have been
>attached to the bridge interface(in this case cloudbr1) on the KVM?
>
>The reason I want to know this is that the lldp output on the switch
>gives information about eth1 (and not the bridge interfaces).
>
>
>-Pradeep
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