[openstack-dev] [neutron] Is it possible that creating a port and binding it with 2 IPs
kevin at benton.pub
Tue Dec 6 09:45:16 UTC 2016
+1. Also, if you just need an additional IP for the instance that isn't
used by other instances, you can do a port update and add additional IPs to
the fixed_ips field.
On Tue, Dec 6, 2016 at 1:09 AM, Neil Jerram <neil at tigera.io> wrote:
> Hi Vincent,
> Your initial observation is correct: each port is associated with a
> Neutron network, and will get one IPv4 and one IPv6 address from the
> subnets associated with that network.
> To add additional IPs to a port, you can use the allowed-address-pairs
> *From: *Vincent.Chao
> *Sent: *Tuesday, 6 December 2016 06:43
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> and binding it with 2 IPs
> Hi Neutrons,
> As my observation from the flow table, every created port seems bound with
> only one IP address.
> I was wondering is neutron support this function which can bind a port
> with two IPs?
> For example, a VNF load balancer, which has a VIP and a real IP.
> And this VNF receives packets with the destination of a VIP or a real IP
> through one port.
> Any corrections or suggestions are welcome.
> Thanks in advance.
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