Openstack VLAN provider Network
fmogollon at vicomtech.org
Wed Feb 2 07:43:50 UTC 2022
there is a br-ex1 that is mapped to eno1, it is configured in answers.txt
and seems to deploy well.
On Wed, Feb 2, 2022 at 8:27 AM Slawek Kaplonski <skaplons at redhat.com> wrote:
> On wtorek, 1 lutego 2022 15:49:02 CET Felipe Mogollon wrote:
> > I have deployed an OpenStack Victoria using packstack in a Centos 8
> > machine.
> > I have 3 NIC interfaces that are configured in the following way
> > eno1 -> VLAN 684 10.15.0.0/16
> > eno2 -> local network 192.168.235.0/24
> > eno3 -> local network 192.168.15.0/24
> > VLAN and local networks are working fine outside Openstack.
> > I have deployed Openstack using packstack and local networks work fine
> > I can deploy instances inside openstack that get floating ips from those
> > ranges without problem and I can ping to them.
> > The problem is with VLAN network, I can deploy instances and I get
> > ips from VLAN network range but I can't ping them.
> > My packstack answer file is https://pastebin.com/GEqspMWu
> > I have created VLAN network using following commands:
> > neutron net-create vlan_network --provider:network_type vlan
> > --provider:physical_network vlan --router:external=True --shared
> > --provider:segmentation_id=684
> > neutron subnet-create --name vlan_subnet --enable_dhcp=False
> > --allocation-pool=start=10.15.11.103,end=10.15.11.113
> > --gateway=10.15.11.1 vlan_network 10.15.11.0/24
> > Any ideas?
> It's very long time since I was using packstack and I don't remember it at
> but first thing I would check here is if eno1 NIC is actually in the
> bridge mapped to the "vlan" physical_network (typically it's br-ex but
> You named it differently).
> Slawek Kaplonski
> Principal Software Engineer
> Red Hat
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