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So, I think your issue is you are launching your VMs with _both_ networks (net1 / net2 and public). For me, I had to only select net1 or net2 when launching my VM. Then, you assign a floating IP from your public network.

From within your VM, you should only have 1 ethernet interface and openstack NATs the traffic on the public network.

So, I think your issue is you are launching your VMs with _both_ networks (net1 / net2 and public). For me, I had to only select net1 or net2 when launching my VM. Then, you assign a floating IP from your public network.

From within your VM, you should only have 1 ethernet interface and openstack NATs the traffic on the public network.

Plus like what others said, you didn't pass a DNS server to your net1 / net2 network.