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23.3. Running converted virtualized guests

On successful completion, virt-v2v will create a new libvirt domain for the converted virtualized guest with the same name as the original virtualized guest. It can be started as usual using libvirt tools, for example virt-manager.
Guest network configuration
virt-v2v cannot currently reconfigure a guest's network configuration. If the converted guest is not connected to the same subnet as the source, its network configuration may have to be updated.

 
 
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