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If the message is not marked as ERROR, you can probably ignore it. See also https://www.funkypenguin.co.nz/note/openstack-neutron-could-not-load-interfacedriver-warnings-are-harmless. In this case, unreachable instances or other problems are caused by so ething else.

If the message is not marked as ERROR, you can probably ignore it. See also https://www.funkypenguin.co.nz/note/openstack-neutron-could-not-load-interfacedriver-warnings-are-harmless. In this case, unreachable instances or other problems are caused by so ething something else.

If the message is not marked as ERROR, you can probably ignore it. See also https://www.funkypenguin.co.nz/note/openstack-neutron-could-not-load-interfacedriver-warnings-are-harmless. In this case, unreachable instances or other problems are caused by something else.

From the original question: "that ip addres is not present in any interface/bridge of my compute/controller node". That's normal, since the IP address belongs to the instance and not an interface on the controller or compute nodes.