ihrachys at redhat.com
Fri Mar 10 16:35:29 UTC 2017
On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 7:03 AM, Roua Touihri <roua.touihri at devoteam.com>
> How can we interconnect two VMs without using a bridge or a switch as an
> intermediate. That is, only via a virtual link (e.g. veth or tap). In fact,
> I see that when we create an aditional subnet and two ports of the given
> subnet. Then when I attach each port to a running VM, neutron use a bridge
> as an intermediate element. I want to create a mesh topology between
> several VMs of the same tenant in addition to or without the default
> network created by neutron.
If you don't care about neutron network at all and want different topology,
then maybe neutron is not the project that should solve the issue for you.
But what is exactly the use case for that topology in your environment?
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