[Openstack] Neutron VLANs issue
andrew at divvycloud.com
Wed Aug 6 19:26:52 UTC 2014
You most likely need to configure the Cisco switch so that both switch
ports connected to eth1 on each sysyem are trunk ports and accept the full
range of tenant vlans.
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allow vlan 100-199
(repeat for the second port)
On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 11:41 AM, Umar Draz <unix.co at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> I have 2 node Openstack setup on Ubuntu 14.04
> Controller+Network and Compute Node, I am using Neutron with ml2 (vlan).
> Both nodes have 2 NICs
> eth0 - Public with br-ex
> eth1 - Local with br-inet
> Both nodes' local ethernet (eth1) connected with each other without any
> switch. They were both working perfect, Now few days ago I bought Cisco
> 2960 and connect both node's eth1 with Cisco 2960 switch.
> Now when I reboot or create any new VMs they are not getting ip from
> controller node. Here is the log of vm
> *cloud-init start-local running: Wed, 06 Aug 2014 16:28:25 +0000. up 3.02
> secondsno instance data found in start-local cloud-init-nonet waiting 120
> seconds for a network device.*
> Would you please help me how I can solve this issue?
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