openstack router with flat
skaplons at redhat.com
Thu Jul 28 07:06:51 UTC 2022
Dnia czwartek, 28 lipca 2022 06:48:14 CEST Parsa Aminian pisze:
> thanks for your reply
> yes I need public IP address (external) directly in my instance but with
> router .
You can have provider network with public IPs in it and connect it to the router as any other tenant network. That should works, but please keep in mind that it will by default allocate your "gateway_ip" address to that port and this may break Your network if this gateway IP is already configured on some Your external device. To avoid that, You can first create port in that network and then plug that port into the router You want to.
> I need a router because it adds many features including High
> If I don't use a router how can I have HA on my network ?
What kind of HA You are asking for?
> On Wed, Jul 27, 2022 at 1:58 PM Slawek Kaplonski <skaplons at redhat.com>
> > Hi,
> > Dnia środa, 27 lipca 2022 09:55:12 CEST Parsa Aminian pisze:
> > > hello
> > > is it possible to assign valid ip to openstack router directly without
> > nat
> > > ? as I know openstack need invalid fix ip when using router and valid ip
> > > should be added as float ip .
> > >
> > I don't understand what do You mean by "invalid" and "valid" IP address.
> > Can You explain it?
> > If You want to have public IP address (external) directly in Your
> > instnance, You can plug Your instance directly into the provider network,
> > without using neutron router at all.
> > --
> > Slawek Kaplonski
> > Principal Software Engineer
> > Red Hat
Principal Software Engineer
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