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Hello,

I had the same issue. My instances received their IPs after I did this: I completely deactivated the iptables and NetowrkingManagement service on all nodes:

[...]    
Starting network...
 udhcpc (v1.20.1) started
 Sending discover...
 Sending select for 10.0.0.20...
 Lease of 10.0.0.20 obtained, lease time 86400
 deleting routers
 adding dns 10.0.0.5
 check-version already run per instance
 Starting dropbear sshd: OK
 userdata already run per instance
[...]

Please do:

  • 1) correct the dnsmasq (running not as nobody) follow the explanations from dbaxps here.
  • 2) stop the iptables and NetworkingManager service
  • 3) Start a new instance and tcpdump the interface on your qdhcp(steps from uckey here)

If your new instance gets its IP, that's great, but in this case I should report a bug in the default rules in the iptables. The instances should be able to talk with the qdhcp without any rules added in the iptabkes by hand.

I am waiting for your answer.

Hello,

I had the same issue. My instances received their IPs after I did this: I completely deactivated the iptables and NetowrkingManagement service on all nodes:

[...]    
Starting network...
 udhcpc (v1.20.1) started
 Sending discover...
 Sending select for 10.0.0.20...
 Lease of 10.0.0.20 obtained, lease time 86400
 deleting routers
 adding dns 10.0.0.5
 check-version already run per instance
 Starting dropbear sshd: OK
 userdata already run per instance
[...]

Please do:

  • 1) correct the dnsmasq (running not as nobody) follow the explanations from dbaxps here.
  • 2) stop the iptables and NetworkingManager service
  • 3) Start a new instance and tcpdump the interface on your qdhcp(steps from uckey here)

If your new instance gets its IP, that's great, but in this case I should case, maybethere is report a bug in the default rules in the iptables. iptables, no? The instances should be able to talk with the qdhcp without any rules added in the iptabkes iptables by hand.hand, I guess..

I am waiting for your answer.

Hello,

I had the same issue. My instances received their IPs after I did this: I completely deactivated the iptables and NetowrkingManagement service on all nodes:

[...]    
Starting network...
 udhcpc (v1.20.1) started
 Sending discover...
 Sending select for 10.0.0.20...
 Lease of 10.0.0.20 obtained, lease time 86400
 deleting routers
 adding dns 10.0.0.5
 check-version already run per instance
 Starting dropbear sshd: OK
 userdata already run per instance
[...]

Please do:

  • 1) correct the dnsmasq (running not as nobody) follow the explanations from dbaxps here.
  • 2) stop the iptables and NetworkingManager service
  • 3) Start a new instance and tcpdump the interface on your qdhcp(steps from uckey here)

If your new instance gets its IP, that's great, but in this case, maybethere maybe there is report a bug in to be reported about the default rules in the iptables, no? The instances should be able to talk with the qdhcp without any rules added in the iptables by hand, I guess..

I am waiting for your answer.