[Openstack] How to delete nets and subnets. part 2.

comiqadze comiq at yandex.ru
Thu Jul 11 18:42:54 UTC 2013

Hi, thank you Robert,

Sorry, but there is another issue now:

When I'm trying to associate floating-ip, according to the following link,:


it gives different errors, depending on the current tenant.

When the tenant is "admin":

# quantum floatingip-create --port_id 685d51dc-5a81-4986-b325-b943821cca08 0be7f38c-8dce-4e8b-aab7-94e4082d4937
Bad floatingip request: Cannnot create floating IP and bind it to Port 685d51dc-5a81-4986-b325-b943821cca08, since that port is owned by a different tenant.

When the tenant is "demo":
# quantum floatingip-create --port_id 33b8152c-6da9-45b2-bab3-29e4dc64d3f7 0be7f38c-8dce-4e8b-aab7-94e4082d4937
{"error": {"message": "Invalid project", "code": 401, "title": "Not Authorized"}}

Basically, it's an error of limited access, because I cannot even view the port-list:

# quantum port-list
{"error": {"message": "Invalid project", "code": 401, "title": "Not Authorized"}}

Is it a dead loop?

As usual, many thanks to any help.

rgds, comiqadze.

11.07.2013, 19:30, "Robert van Leeuwen" <Robert.vanLeeuwen at spilgames.com>:
>>  Hi there,
>>  I need to delete subnet and net and then create new ones.
>>  I type command:
>>  quantum net-delete xxx
>>  quantum subnet-delete xxx
> I've seen some IP's never released after the virtual machine is destroyed.
> If you are absolutely sure they are not in use I usually just manually remove them from the database
> (something like: delete from ovs_quantum.ports where device_id="xxxxx"; )
> Cheers,
> Robert
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