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Before running stack.sh, set FLOATING_RANGE and Q_FLOATING_ALLOCATION_POOL in local.conf.

Details see here.

After stack.sh, you can change the allocation range but not the CIDR as far as I know. See the openstack client documentation.

Before running stack.sh, set FLOATING_RANGE and Q_FLOATING_ALLOCATION_POOL in local.conf.

Details see here.

After stack.sh, you can change the allocation range but not the CIDR as far as I know. See the openstack client documentation.. Or perhaps you can add a second subnet to the public network and remove the original one.