[openstack-dev] [OpenStack-dev][nova-net]Floating ip assigned as /32 from the start of the range

Vishvananda Ishaya vishvananda at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 17:30:35 UTC 2014

Floating ips are always added to the host as a /32. You will need one ip on the
compute host from the floating range with the /16 prefix (which it will use for
natting instances without floating ips as well).

In other words you should manually assign an ip from 10.100.130.X/16 to each
compute node and set that value as routing_source_ip=10.100.130.X (or my_ip) in

On Dec 19, 2014, at 7:00 AM, Eduard Matei <eduard.matei at cloudfounders.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to create a vm and assign it an ip in range
> On the host, the ip is assigned to br100 as  inet scope global br100
> instead of 10.100.130.X/16, so it's not reachable from the outside.
> The localrc.conf :
> Any idea what to change?
> Thanks,
> Eduard
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