[Openstack] VPNaaS: vpn-service-create stays in PENDING_CREATE
Thomas.Stinner at schweickertgruppe.de
Wed Oct 1 13:37:19 UTC 2014
thanks for the tipp. However, even after adding a vpn connection nothing changes. No openswan files are created and I also do not see any vpnaas log files.
The vpn connection itself also stays in "PENDING_CREATE" state.
Von: Paul Michali (pcm) [mailto:pcm at cisco.com]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 1. Oktober 2014 13:16
An: Stinner, Thomas
Cc: openstack at lists.openstack.org
Betreff: Re: [Openstack] VPNaaS: vpn-service-create stays in PENDING_CREATE
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<mailto:Thomas.Stinner at schweickertgruppe.de>> wrote:
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?
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