[openstack-dev] [charms] Deploy Keystone To Public Cloud

Andrey Pavlov andrey.mp at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 09:45:46 UTC 2016

Yeah, I had the same situation in Juju 2.0 ! (all is ok with Juju 1.25)
(with AWS provider)

It happens because OpenStack charms started to use 'network-get
--primary-address public' instead of 'unit-get'.
Then 'network-get public' returns private address and then charms register
endpoint with private address and then they do not work from outside.
I could solve this only be setting 'os-public-hostname' to floating-ip of
specific machine.

On Thu, Nov 17, 2016 at 2:14 AM, James Beedy <jamesbeedy at gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm having an issue getting a response back (mostly timeouts occur) when
> trying to talk to keystone deployed to AWS using private (on vpn) or public
> ip address. I've had luck with setting os-*-hostname configs, and ssh'ing
> in and running the keystone/openstack client locally from the keystone
> instance after adding the private ip <-> fqdn mapping in
> keystone:/etc/hosts, but can't seem to come up with any combination that
> lets me talk to the keystone api remotely. Just to be clear, I'm only
> deploying keystone and percona-cluster charms to AWS, not all of Openstack.
> If not possible using the ec2 provider, is this a possibility with any
> public providers?
> Thanks
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Kind regards,
Andrey Pavlov.
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