[Openstack-operators] [openstack-dev] [Neutron] Allowing DNS suffix to be set per subnet (at least per tenant)
maishsk at maishsk.com
Thu Sep 3 19:56:39 UTC 2015
On 09/03/15 20:37, Steve Wormley wrote:
> As far as I am aware it is not presently built-in to Openstack. You'll
> need to add a dnsmasq_config_file option to your dhcp agent
> configurations and then populate the file with:
> domain=DOMAIN_NAME,CIDR for each network
> domain=example.com <http://example.com>,10.11.22.0/24
I am aware of that 'hack' which has a substantial number of downsides.
The biggest one being that it per subnet - and I afraid to find out what
would happen if more than one tenant configures the same subnet - this
could cause all sorts of problems.
And all of this has to be done with appropriate shell permissions to the
In other words, it could work, but only for a very certain use case.
> On Thu, Sep 3, 2015 at 1:04 AM, Maish Saidel-Keesing
> <maishsk at maishsk.com <mailto:maishsk at maishsk.com>> wrote:
> Hello all (cross-posting to openstack-operators as well)
> Today the setting of the dns suffix that is provided to the
> instance is passed through dhcp_agent.
> There is the option of setting different DNS servers per subnet
> (and and therefore tenant) but the domain suffix is something that
> stays the same throughout the whole system is the domain suffix.
> I see that this is not a current neutron feature.
> Is this on the roadmap? Are there ways to achieve this today? If
> so I would be very interested in hearing how.
> Best Regards,
> Maish Saidel-Keesing
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