#qemukvm

Network Sharing for Qemu via WiFi
How To Set It Up with Tap Device

This is only applicable for having OpenBSD as Guest OS on Arch Linux as Host OS. I created simple bash scripts for all the below steps and then executed them from the terminal:- Done in host OS: Create a tap device and allow permission to the user, set the device up, assign a manual ip address to be used by the guest OS (in my case, it is 192.

OpenBSD On Qemu/KVM
A Round-Up

Figure 1: OpenBSD guest under Qemu/KVM machine on Archlinux host. Figure 2: I set up a tun/tap device in my Arch system to let the OpenBSD guest have access to the Internet. The Archlinux host was connected to the wireless point with WPA2-PSK type of security. It rather is easy to let the host OS share its WiFi connection instead of being connected to the ethernet as I can move around freely with this laptop.

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