[Openstack] [OpenStack] Second Public IP for VM on Another Public Network does not work properly
piotr.baranowski at osec.pl
Wed Aug 17 21:53:35 UTC 2016
----- Oryginalna wiadomość -----
> Od: "Brian Haley" <brian.haley at hpe.com>
> Do: "openstack" <openstack at lists.openstack.org>
> Wysłane: środa, 17 sierpnia, 2016 20:34:11
> Temat: Re: [Openstack] [OpenStack] Second Public IP for VM on Another Public Network does not work properly
> On 08/17/2016 01:54 PM, Piotr Baranowski wrote:
>> ----- Oryginalna wiadomość -----
>>> Od: "Brian Haley" <brian.haley at hpe.com>
>>> Do: openstack at lists.openstack.org
>>> Wysłane: środa, 17 sierpnia, 2016 18:53:47
>>> Temat: Re: [Openstack] [OpenStack] Second Public IP for VM on Another Public
>>> Network does not work properly
>>> On 08/17/2016 05:08 AM, Ludwig Tirazona wrote:
>>>> Has anybody had this experience/problem as well?
>>> I'm not sure I'd expect this to work, here is just one reason.
>> Ever heard of policy based routing?
>> You can have multiple outbound links and use them when your traffic meets some
>> particular criteria.
> Yes, and that was what I was alluding to in order to make packets go out the
> correct interface based on the source IP in the packets.
>> One simple example:
>> You have an expensive low latency link and a high latency cheap one.
>> You may use policy routing to automatically select which route to use.
> Is a cloud datacenter going to have multiple link types? I doubt it. And
> having two VMs would be easier anyways as there are probably other things you're
> going to tune.
I just happen to manage an OpenStack DC with 2 separate uplinks and third one to be attached soon.
Never say never. :-)
> > TL;DR It makes sense to have multiple uplinks.
> A cloud provider is probably going to have multiple links to the Internet, and
> they'll be able to deal with one being down without any action on the part of a
> I can only guess the OP wants to do this because their existing architecture is
> doing something like it, but I don't know.
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