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From: "Hunter Matthews" <hunter(a)mcs.anl.gov>
Sent: Saturday, October 19, 2013 2:10:40 AM
Subject: [Users] Kickstarting the VM's -- new ovirt user
I'm working on my first ovirt setup and have managed to get to the point
where I have a VM running. Most of my VM's
will be centos-6.x and I already have a DHCP/PXE/kickstart environment for
Is there a way in ovirt to specify what MAC address a new VM will get? Or is
there another way to accomplish this?
(I could care less about the specific MAC thats just what I use on bare
hardware to id which server is which.)
Hunter Matthews Unix Administrator
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you can get and set the mac address rage using:
engine-config -g MacPoolRanges (to see the current range)
and then engine-config -s MacPoolRanges=<new range>
You can set a specific mac for a specific VM in the new or edit network interface
dialog. Look for: "Specify custom MAC address".