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bytemenetworking
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I would like to see an option to attach connected usb devices to guest vms for KVM OpenVZ and XEN

I was able to get connected USB KVM's working very easily with a temp solution but would like to see a permanent way to add them from the GUI.

In the example below I was able to add a connected USB WiFI adapter to the guest VM.

Step one:
Identify the connected USB device from cli.
# lsusb
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0bda:8171 Realtek Semiconductor Corp. RTL8188SU 802.11n WLAN Adapter

Step two:
Create xml config to apply to running VM.
Contents of wifi.xml

    <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='usb'>
      <source>
      <vendor id='0x0bda'/>
      <product id='0x8171'/>
      </source>
    </hostdev>

Step three:
Apply the wifi.xml config to the running VM.

# virsh attach-device v1002 /saved/path/to/wifi.xml

Step four:
Go to VM and verify its connected. For my case I tried with Linux and Windows and both showed the connected wireless adapter and both functioned.

To remove "detach" adapter:
# virsh detach-device v1002 /saved/path/to/wifi.xml


If you guys could add this feature it would be sweet. I see this being useful for SysAdmins that need to backup and move data via external USB device to ship to another datacenter.

Thanks for the read.

Casey
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asim_shaikh
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Hi,

Thank you for your valuable suggestion.

We have noted down your feature request.



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cambo.host
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Post Group: Newbie
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+1 for this feature request
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