[Openstack] Share your localrc file for devstack
rpodolyaka at mirantis.com
Mon Jul 29 13:28:02 UTC 2013
If you are going to use Neutron for networking, Devstack uses the following
configuration by default:
- OpenVSwitch Neutron plugin is used for tenant L2-networking (tenant
network type is 'local' by default, so you can only connect VMs running on
a single node)
- two bridges are created: br-int (for connection of VMs running on this
node) and br-ex (to provide access to the external network)
No additional configuration is needed to deploy Devstack with Neutron
enabled. After that you should be able to run VMs, create tenant networks,
Neutron routers, etc.
Could you please elaborate more on the problem that you have?
On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Jake G. <Dj_dark_junglist at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I think I'm getting the basic networking configuration wrong.
> I have a single Ubuntu host with 2 nics.
> One nic has a static IP
> And the other is up but no config.
> What about flat networking and all that stuff that goes into the localrc
> On 2013/07/29, at 21:18, Roman Podolyaka <rpodolyaka at mirantis.com> wrote:
> Hello Jake,
> Do you want to deploy a single node Devstack installation that would use
> Neutron instead of Nova for networking?
> It should be as simple as putting these lines into your localrc file and
> running stack.sh once again:
> disable_service n-net
> enable_service q-svc
> enable_service q-agt
> enable_service q-dhcp
> enable_service q-l3
> enable_service q-meta
> enable_service quantum
> enable_service q-lbaas
> On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 1:55 PM, Jake G. <dj_dark_junglist at yahoo.com>wrote:
>> Networking for quantum is still kicking my butt.
>> Would any devstack users be kind enough to post your localrc network
>> settings here?
>> I am using a allinone devstack node.
>> Thank you!
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