I love KVM.
To use it effectively sometimes it's kinda slick for the vms to be on your normal subnet so you dont need funny routes to make stuff work.
Netplan scripts are stored in /etc/netplan.
network: ethernets: enp1s0: dhcp4: false dhcp6: false # add configuration for bridge interface # [macaddress] ⇒ specify HW address of enp1s0 or your interface bridges: br0: interfaces: [enp1s0] dhcp4: false addresses: [192.168.2.xx/24] macaddress: aa:bb:cc:dd:ee:ff routes: - to: default via: 192.168.2.1 nameservers: addresses: [22.214.171.124,126.96.36.199] parameters: stp: false dhcp6: false version: 2 renderer: networkd
sudo netplan apply
This will activate your new settings, using this bridge can be done by setting virt-manager to put your vm's on a
specified bridge called
This setup has been working nicely for over a year. Hope it helps someone, including myself in the future.
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