[Openstack] [Fuel] network-template to create multiple external networks
enikanorov at mirantis.com
Wed Nov 18 11:35:43 UTC 2015
br-floating is just a name that corresponds to a default public network
provisioned by fuel.
You don't need to delete it, especially if you want existing external
network to work properly.
Physnet is essentially an alias of the physical bridge and is used when
creating provider network.
On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 7:18 PM, Michaël Van de Borne <
michael.van.de.borne at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thank you Eugene,
> I already saw this tutorial and will follow it. However, Fuel creates a
> br-floating bridge, which is not mentionned in this tuto.
> Should I delete the existing br-floating (and its patch to br-ex)? Or
> should I create a new br-floating-2?
> Michaël Van de Borne
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> Le 11-11-15 10:55, Eugene Nikanorov a écrit :
> If you're planning to use external network through the NIC which is also
> used by tenant networks, then you don't need anything additional from Fuel.
> After deployment you will need to create external network as provider
> network, specifying physnet corresponding to eth1 and segmentation id to be
> The process of configuring multiple external networks is described here:
> Depending on how external networks are physically configured you (or Fuel)
> may or may not need to perform some steps of what is described there.
> But you certainly need to reconfigure L3 agents, which Fuel will not do
> for you.
> On Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 9:10 PM, Aleksey Kasatkin <
> <akasatkin at mirantis.com>akasatkin at mirantis.com> wrote:
>> Hi Michaël,
>> Unfortunately, network templates do not help with external networks.
>> It is now hardcoded in fuel-library manifests what Neutron networks
>> (internal and external)
>> should be created.
>> I hope guys from fuel-library can provide more info.
>> Aleksey Kasatkin
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