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Hi akisakye,

I managed somehow to have host <-> guest network connection (ping instances from host and vice versa) but still can not propagate the internet. I have created the pubic as flat network and managed to access my br-ex pub ip (ovs gw) using vm instances . Here is what I have done till now.

host nic pub ip: x.xy.9.244/32 br-ex (ovs) pub ip:x.xy.28.25/29 instances pub ip range:x.xy.28.26-30 -> gw ovs ip default gw dev host nic:x.xy.9.193

What is strange is that I can ping from internet my br-ex pub ip but can not ping instances. There is no security group issue since I have put any any bidirectional.

One thing is that I can't use switch "--os-neutron-ovs-bridge-interfaces=br-ex:enp0s31f6" its kind of bug and also I can not add to ovs the host nic ip since Im using the ovs br-ex as gateway for my pub subnet. It seams that the ovs is not aware for my physical interface even though....

It kind of route or

Is there any other clean way to do this with rdo.

Thanks in advance,

Hi akisakye,

I managed somehow to have host <-> guest network connection (ping instances from host and vice versa) but still can not propagate the internet. I have created the pubic as flat network and managed to access my br-ex pub ip (ovs gw) using vm instances . Here is what I have done till now.

host nic pub ip: x.xy.9.244/32 x.xy.9.244/32
br-ex (ovs) pub ip:x.xy.28.25/29 ip:x.xy.28.25/29
instances pub ip range:x.xy.28.26-30 -> gw ovs ip ip
default gw dev host nic:x.xy.9.193

What is strange is that I can ping from internet my br-ex pub ip but can not ping instances. There is no security group issue since I have put any any bidirectional.

One thing is that I can't use switch "--os-neutron-ovs-bridge-interfaces=br-ex:enp0s31f6" its kind of bug and also I can not add to ovs the host nic ip since Im using the ovs br-ex as gateway for my pub subnet. It seams that the ovs is not aware for my physical interface even though....

It kind of route or

Is there any other clean way to do this with rdo.

Thanks in advance,

Hi akisakye,

I managed somehow to have host <-> guest network connection (ping instances from host and vice versa) but still can not propagate the internet. I have created the pubic network as flat network and managed to access my br-ex pub ip (ovs gw) using the vm instances . Here is what I have done till now.

host nic pub ip: x.xy.9.244/32
br-ex (ovs) pub ip:x.xy.28.25/29
instances pub ip range:x.xy.28.26-30 -> gw ovs pub ip
default gw dev host nic:x.xy.9.193

What is strange for me is that I can ping from internet my br-ex pub ip but can not ping instances. There is no security group issue since I have put any any bidirectional.

One thing is that I can't use switch "--os-neutron-ovs-bridge-interfaces=br-ex:enp0s31f6" its kind of bug and also I can not add to ovs the host nic ip since Im using the ovs br-ex as gateway for my pub subnet. subnet.

It seams that the ovs is not aware for my host physical interface even though....

It kind of route or

Is there any other clean way to do this with rdo.can be a routes issue.

Thanks in advance,

Hi akisakye,

I managed somehow to have host <-> guest network connection (ping instances from host and vice versa) but still can not propagate the internet. I have created the pubic network as flat and managed to access my br-ex pub ip (ovs gw) using the vm instances . Here is what I have done till now.

host nic pub ip: x.xy.9.244/32
br-ex (ovs) pub ip:x.xy.28.25/29
instances pub ip range:x.xy.28.26-30 -> gw ovs pub ip
default gw dev host nic:x.xy.9.193

What is strange for me is that I can ping from internet my br-ex pub ip but can not ping instances. There is no security group issue since I have put any any bidirectional.

I can't use switch "--os-neutron-ovs-bridge-interfaces=br-ex:enp0s31f6" its kind of bug and also I can not add to ovs the host the ovs the host ip and the port nic ip since Im using the ovs br-ex as gateway for my pub subnet.

It seams that the ovs is not aware for my host physical interface or can be a route issue (all the routes issue.are directly connected).

Thanks in advance,

Hi akisakye,

I managed somehow to have host <-> guest network connection (ping instances from host and vice versa) but still can not propagate the internet. I have created the pubic network as flat and managed to access my br-ex pub ip (ovs gw) using the vm instances . Here is what I have done till now.

host nic pub ip: x.xy.9.244/32
br-ex (ovs) pub ip:x.xy.28.25/29
instances pub ip range:x.xy.28.26-30 -> gw ovs pub ip
default gw dev host nic:x.xy.9.193

What is strange for me is that strange, I can ping from the internet my br-ex pub ip but can not ping instances. There is no security group issue since I have put any any bidirectional.

I can't use switch "--os-neutron-ovs-bridge-interfaces=br-ex:enp0s31f6" its kind of bug and also I can not add to the ovs the host ip and the port nic since Im using the ovs br-ex as gateway for my pub subnet.

It seams that the ovs is not aware for my host physical interface or or... can be a route issue (all the routes are directly connected).

Thanks in advance,