Click on the Networking tab for a server to see all the networks currently configured on the server, with information about each one:
|Name||The name of the network.|
|Description||(Optional) A description of the network.|
|NIC||The physical network interface card (NIC), NIC bond or internal virtual network used by the network.|
|VLAN||For external networks, this column shows the virtual LAN (VLAN) tag.|
|Auto||This column shows whether the network will be automatically added to any new virtual machines created using the New VM wizard.|
|Link Status||The link status of the network: connected or disconnected.|
|MAC||The MAC (Media Access Control) address of the network adapter (NIC). This is a unique identifier for a particular network adapter.|
|MTU||A Maximum Transmission Unit value between 1500 to 9216 allows the use of jumbo frames.|
On the XenCenter Networking tab, select the network and click Properties. In addition to the name, description, folder, tags and custom fields properties, you can also change a number of network configuration settings on the Network Settings tab:
|Bond mode||This configuration option will appear on bonded networks only.
For more information, see Configuring NICs.
|MTU||To use jumbo frames, set the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) to any value between 1500 to 9216.|
|Automatically add this network to new virtual machines||Select this check box to have the network automatically added to new VMs when they are created using the New VM wizard.|