No network access for Openstack instances

CHANU ROMAIN romain.chanu at
Sun Dec 26 09:55:47 UTC 2021


If you a cloud image, cloud-init set the IP address from neutron-dhcp-
server. You should check neutron dhcp server and metadata agent log and
verify connectivity between your instance and DHCP server and try to
contact metadata server:


Best regards,

On Fri, 2021-12-24 at 14:12 -0500, Mauricio Tavares wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 24, 2021 at 12:29 PM A Monster <amonster369 at>
> wrote:
> > 
> > I have used kolla ansible to deploy openstack on two machine
> > servers, but after setting up the images and the virtual networks,
> > the vm instances don't get the ip address that neutron provides for
> > them, so I had to manually set the addresses inside the vm's, but
> > even with that I can't seem to connect vm's to neither internet nor
> > any other network.
> > I'm on centos 7 and trying to deploy openstack train using
> > kolla ansible 9.3.1
> > Ansible 2.9.25
> > And neutron open vSwitch.
> I am away from my computer, but this has happened to me before. As
> you
> know, neutron must use vswitch to create the gateway to connect the
> private vlan to the outside per your instructions. Sometimes it does
> not. A few times it was just that the vms would not get the
> DHCP-provided IP, but it seems you are past that and manually entered
> the internal IP and route. If that is the case, the next thing is to
> go to vswitch and see if you can follow the network to see what is
> missing.

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