Hi, can anyone help me. When I run a Linuxmint HVM on qubesos I can connect another device to this VM via ethernet and it is going through the qubesos networking. When I am trying the same thing with a fedora or debian based qube using network-manager I cannot get it to work. Does anyone know how to set this up?
But isn´t that handled by the network manager? When I create a wifi hotspot with one of my qubes I connect a device and it is passed upstream to the internet…why and what will I have to configure nftables when using ethernet but not when using a wifi hotspot…
Can you describe in more details what do you want to do and what are you doing to achieve this?
Did you connect your PCI Ethernet controller to one of your qubes and want to forward connections from this ethernet interface over the qube netvm? E.g.:
Your devices in local network → sys-ethernet (with PCI Ethernet controller attached) → sys-firewall → sys-net (with some other PCI Network controller attached, e.g. WiFi)
If so then how did you configured sys-ethernet? Did you set its "Provides network` option in qube Settings?
Ok…I am sorry I thought my explanation in my first post was sufficient.
I would like to connect a device (e.g. a tablet) via ethernet to a template based (H)VM (debian or fedora under R4.2) and then I want to pass this connection upstream to the internet. It would look like this:
Device => sys-ethernet (HVM with PCI ethernet controller attached) => sys-vpn => sys-firewall => sys-net => INTERNET
I got this setup working using a Linuxmint HVM (with PCI ethernet controller attached) as sys-ethernet…it is basiclly working out of the box (using the network-manager-gui)…no tinkering with any kind of firewall rules. But as soon as I use a debian or fedora template I cannot get it to work - I think it is a routing problem within the templates - but I am not skilled enough to fix it…especially not wit nftables…