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Note that if there is only one port on net1, you can only connect one server to it.

See https://docs.openstack.org/heat/latest/template_guide/basic_resources.html#manage-instances to connect instances to a list of networks. Connecting them to existing ports is not much different: Use the port instead of the network key.

You can attach a fixed IP to a port. Same web page as above, a bit further down shows how to associate a port with a subnet. To associate it with a fixed IP, use the fixed_ip key instead of subnet.

Also see the documentation for the Server and Port resource types.

Note that if there is only one port on net1, you can only connect one server to it.

See https://docs.openstack.org/heat/latest/template_guide/basic_resources.html#manage-instances to connect instances to a list of networks. Connecting them to existing ports is not much different: Use the port key instead of the network key.

You can attach a fixed IP to a port. Same web page as above, a bit further down shows how to associate a port with a subnet. To associate it with a fixed IP, use the fixed_ip key instead of subnet.

Also see You can also attach a fixed IP to the network of a server. See the the documentation for the Server and resource type.

Also see the documentation for the Port resource types.type.