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Hello,

First you dont need to reconfigure all for this modification . In your deployement node where you have kolla-ansible intalled under the directory /etc/kolla You can create the directory : /etc/kolla/config/neutron create the ml2_conf.ini with these parameters : This configuration assume you have a trunk on your external interface Bond0 (no tag under linux) with vlans 10->200

[ml2_type_vlan] network_vlan_ranges = physnet1:10:200 [ml2_type_flat] flat_networks =

Kolla-ansible use all files under config directory for specific configuration. Then you can have a centralised configuration . Juste run (choose the right path for multinode files) kolla-ansible/tools/kolla-ansible -i multinode -t neutron reconfigure

You should have your /etc/kolla/neutron-openvswitch-agent/ml2_conf.ini updated with the new configure

Hello,

First you dont need to reconfigure all for this modification . In your deployement node where you have kolla-ansible intalled under the directory /etc/kolla You can create the directory : /etc/kolla/config/neutron create the ml2_conf.ini with these parameters : This configuration assume you have a trunk on your external interface Bond0 (no tag under linux) with vlans 10->200

[ml2_type_vlan] [ml2_type_vlan]

network_vlan_ranges = physnet1:10:200 [ml2_type_flat] physnet1:10:200

[ml2_type_flat]

flat_networks =

Kolla-ansible use all files under config directory for specific configuration. Then you can have a centralised configuration . Juste run (choose the right path for multinode files) kolla-ansible/tools/kolla-ansible -i multinode -t neutron reconfigure

You should have your /etc/kolla/neutron-openvswitch-agent/ml2_conf.ini updated with the new configure