[Openstack] Associating virtual instance NICs to specific networks in quantum

Itzik Brown itzikb at dev.mellanox.co.il
Sun Dec 30 22:05:29 UTC 2012


What about running nova boot:
#nova boot --flavor m1.tiny --image myimage --nic 
net-id=e7038a3b-cd45-4795-83ec-02b0a11a9bf1 --nic 
net-id=dc95727d-9495-44e8-9b27-0a942cd671fc vm1.

Here the first NIC will be connected to Network with ID 
e7038a3b-cd45-4795-83ec-02b0a11a9bf1 and the second to Network with ID 

Hope it helps,

On 28/12/2012 06:26, Balamurugan V G wrote:
> Lets says, I create a Linux virtual Instance in an OpenStack private 
> cloud and associate the instance with two networks; A & B. It seems to 
> associate eth0 and eth1 to A and B respectively. But is there any way 
> in which I can specify that eth0 should be attached to network B and 
> eth1 should be attached to network A.
> The quantum CLI 'quantum port-create' accepts just device-id and 
> network-id which is not sufficient to achieve the level of specificity 
> I believe. Can this be achieved today?
> Also when will the Horizon UI and Quantum REST API reach feature 
> parity with the Quantum CLI? will it be in Grizzly or later?
> Thanks,
> Balu
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