[Openstack] VPNaaS: vpn-service-create stays in PENDING_CREATE

Paul Michali (pcm) pcm at cisco.com
Wed Oct 1 11:16:03 UTC 2014

Hi Thomas,

It’ll stay in that state, until you add a VPN connection to the service (can’t recall if just adding will make it active or if the connection needs to be up - I think it is just the former for the reference VPN implementation). There’s not much for info on VPN, but here’s a how-to page that may help a bit…


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On Oct 1, 2014, at 3:44 AM, Stinner, Thomas <Thomas.Stinner at schweickertgruppe.de> wrote:

> Hi,
> i have a small lab environment with one controller node, one network node and two compute nodes.
> I’d like to try out VPNaaS (among other things) and therefore enabled the vpnaas service plugin in neutron.conf.
> However, when issuing a vpn-service-create the service keeps in state PENDING_CREATE und I actually do not have any idea where to start debugging this.
> Any advice on this? What is the normal workflow that should happen after issuing vpn-service-create?
> Thanks
> Thomas
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