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Posted on 2014-04-20
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I have installed SolusVM XEN PV on Centos 6.5 64bit.
I made it work in routed mode by following http://docs.solusvm.com/network_routing then I rebooted the server.
Everything looks fine except the VMs I have created when connect to Internet they show the IP of the node and not the IP assigned to them. E.g. When I open whatismyip.com from any VM it shows the IP of the node whereas it should show the IP assigned to VM.
I am able to connect with each VM by the separate IP assigned to them.
Can someone please help fix this?

Also the  tutorial I have followed asked me to run some Iptables commands in the end. My second question is if the rules remain effective even I rebooted the node?
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It was fixed by running following on the node

iptables -F -t nat
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