[kolla-ansible] OVS br-ex configuration for OVN SNAT gateway along with HAProxy
tonyliu0592 at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 26 22:43:53 UTC 2022
Thank you Danny for pointing it out! I somehow missed it when going through doc.
Read it again, test and looked into playbook. It seems that's not what I need.
 doesn't add multiple interfaces onto one bridge. It actually adds one interface
onto one bridge, but there could be multiple pairs.
This is also confirmed by playbook .
Also, the limitation of  is an issue for me.
Hopefully this can be supported in the future.
From: Danny Webb <Danny.Webb at thehutgroup.com>
Sent: March 26, 2022 12:05 PM
To: Tony Liu; openstack-discuss
Subject: Re: [kolla-ansible] OVS br-ex configuration for OVN SNAT gateway along with HAProxy
Multiple interfaces can be configured as follows:
From: Tony Liu <tonyliu0592 at hotmail.com>
Sent: 26 March 2022 05:02
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Subject: [kolla-ansible] OVS br-ex configuration for OVN SNAT gateway along with HAProxy
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My goal is to have OVN SNAT gateway (with OVS bridge) and HAProxy co-exist.
Here is the networking configuration (partial) before deployment.
eth1, no address, neutron_external_interface
eth1.40, external address, kolla_external_vip_interface
After deployment, I'd like to see this.
eth1.40 tag 40
eth1.40 with external address
But actually, only eth1 is put on br-ex by Kolla Ansible.
Need eth1.40 on br-ex, because the external network is also one of the provider
networks. Need eth1 on br-ex, to support other provider networks (different VLANs).
It works fine when deploy with TripleO with os-net-config.
Is it supported by Kolla Ansible? It seems Kolla Ansible only puts one interface
(neutron_external_interface) on br-ex?
I know a few workarounds in case that's not supported, just want to confirm.
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