[Openstack] how to allow vlan tagged traffic to be sent from SR-IOV based VM?

Remo Mattei remo at italy1.com
Wed Nov 18 09:20:55 UTC 2015

By default allinone does not use vlans, therefore you need to make the changes to allow neutron to use vlans. Try to enable that by vi the /etc/neutron/plugin.ini 

you will see a section called type_drivers = vxlan and add vlan  which allows you to create neutron vlans networks and if you need to map vlans you also need to modify the ml2_type_vlan which allows you to map physical_network.
example could be network_lan_range = mynet1:200:202 

have a good day, 

> On Nov 18, 2015, at 10:00, OpenStack Mailing List Archive <corpqa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Link: https://openstack.nimeyo.com/65515/?show=65622#a65622
> From: shahamf <shahamf at gmail.com>
> Hey Moshe,
> First of all, thanks for the quick response!
> Regarding my setup, this is an all-in-one RDO installation ('packstack --allinone'). OS on my server is Centos 7. As you said I use Intel 82599 10-Gigabit Ethernet controller, that I used to create virtual functions. My SR-IOV ports, which I attached to my VM, are connected to a Cisco switch which is also connected to some other linux server. I try to ping this server.
> If any more info is needed, please let me know.
> Shaham
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