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I was able to resolve the error on the neutron log. Appears Ubuntu by default loads virbr0 pointed at ddr:192.168.122.1. That does not match any of my IP's. I removed the default config with below commands and neutron connected to AMQP. Now only issue, nova-compute tries to connect to AMQP using localhost even though nova.conf is pointed at the 2 controllers.

virsh net-destroy default virsh net-undefine default

I was able to resolve the error on the neutron log. Appears Ubuntu by default loads virbr0 pointed at ddr:192.168.122.1. That does not match any of my IP's. I removed the default config with below commands and neutron connected to AMQP. Now only issue, nova-compute tries to connect to AMQP using localhost even though nova.conf is pointed at the 2 controllers.

virsh net-destroy default default

virsh net-undefine default

I was able to resolve the error on the neutron log. Appears Ubuntu by default loads virbr0 pointed at ddr:192.168.122.1. That does not match any of my IP's. I removed the default config with below commands and neutron connected to AMQP. Now only issue, nova-compute tries to connect to AMQP using localhost even though nova.conf is pointed at the 2 controllers.

virsh net-destroy default

virsh net-undefine default

I was able to resolve the error on the neutron log. Appears Ubuntu by default loads virbr0 pointed at ddr:192.168.122.1. That does not match any of my IP's. I removed the default config with below commands and neutron connected to AMQP. Now only issue, nova-compute tries to connect to AMQP using localhost even though nova.conf is pointed at the 2 controllers.

virsh net-destroy default

virsh net-undefine default

** Issue reseolved moved rabbitmq information from rabbitmq section to Default section in nova.conf.