[openstack-dev] Re： [neutron]How to use external_net?
yatinkumbhare at gmail.com
Fri Jul 31 04:44:50 UTC 2015
I'm guessing tenant A is admin tenant.
Also, you can check the iptables NAT rules under router namespace in case
of ovs plugin.
You should find binding there.
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 6:58 AM, 于洁 <16189455 at qq.com> wrote:
> Thank you Cédric/ZZelle,
> I have tried this way before, but it could not realize the connection
> between two networks belongs to different tenants. So the floatingIP comes
> from tenant A could not bind to VM from tenant B.
> Do you have any suggestion about this?
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> *发件人:* "ZZelle";<zzelle at gmail.com>;
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> You need a router to bind internal network(s) with external network.
> Otherwise you cannot allocate a floating ip (on the external network) to
> VMs (on internal network(s)).
> The doc explains how to do it.
> On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 1:08 PM, 于洁 <16189455 at qq.com> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I find that if setting the value of router:external=True for a
>> net(example: neutron net-update netID --router:external=True)
>> Users in other tenants could allocate floating IP from this
>> net(example: neutron floatingip-create netID).
>> But how could this floating IP bind to a VM created by the user
>> from other tenants? The network is unreachable.
>> Or do I misunderstand the function?
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