[Openstack] Single router connected to multiple networks

Remo Mattei Remo at Italy1.com
Thu May 12 05:40:35 UTC 2016

Sec groups should be fine since default is to accept all traffic internally you need to make sure your router has all the networks so it can route. If not you can do some work around like create a static route Etc. 


Inviato da iPhone

> Il giorno 11 mag 2016, alle ore 22:26, Jagga Soorma <jagga13 at gmail.com> ha scritto:
> I am running kilo but that should be ok.  Did you have to do anything special to create this environment or just the basic stuff.  Any changes needed on the security groups (doubt it)?  Just wondering what might be causing this setup not to work for me when the single network setup works just fine.
> Thanks.
>> On Wed, May 11, 2016 at 10:19 PM, Remo Mattei <Remo at italy1.com> wrote:
>> It is possible I have set it up today for a test without any issue on both Liberty and mitaka
>> Inviato da iPhone
>>> Il giorno 11 mag 2016, alle ore 21:44, Jagga Soorma <jagga13 at gmail.com> ha scritto:
>>> Hey Guys,
>>> I am trying to setup a network within a project with a single router connected to 2 priv networks (attached is a screenshot of the network).  If I have a single network connected to that router, my instances work fine.  However, when I try to do the setup with 2 networks my instances on both networks can't get to the metadata service.  I can't ping the gateway for each network either.  I believe this setup should be possible and wondering if I am missing something very basic here.  Any help would be appreciated.
>>> ext-net ------- router ----- network1 -- {instances}
>>>                    |
>>>                    --------- network2 -- {instances}
>>> Thanks!
>>> <shared-router.png>
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