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Hello All,
I was able to resolve this issue. My metadata.ini contained RegionOne instead of regionOne.
Once I applied this change the windows instances were able to connect to the internet just fine.
I never considered that as an option because the linux instances had no issues connecting. I assumed there were no issues with the neutron setup because of this. If possible, would anyone be able to summarize the purpose of the metadata-agent?

Hello All,
I was able to resolve this issue. My metadata.ini contained RegionOne instead of regionOne.
Once I applied this change the windows instances were able to connect to the internet just fine.
I never considered that as an option because the linux instances had no issues connecting. I assumed there were no issues with the neutron setup because of this. If possible, would anyone be able to summarize the purpose of the metadata-agent?

I have also discovered that this also affects linux instances. I can access websites now but I cannot do things such as download files; it seems the connection drops randomly on some requests. I have noticed while staging images that I experience the same results from vms that are NATed as opposed to bridged. Again, I will admin I am not very savvy on the way neutron works but I am sure it uses bridges. I'm sure the issue is caused by my neutron setup in some way. Is there a special step in the setup I may have missed?

Hello All,
I was able to resolve this issue. My metadata.ini contained RegionOne instead of regionOne.
Once I applied this change the windows instances were able to connect to the internet just fine.
I never considered that as an option because the linux instances had no issues connecting. I assumed there were no issues with the neutron setup because of this. If possible, would anyone be able to summarize the purpose of the metadata-agent?

I have also discovered that this also affects linux instances. I can access websites now but I cannot do things such as download files; it seems the connection drops randomly on some requests. I have noticed while staging images that I experience the same results from vms that are NATed as opposed to bridged. Again, I will admin I am not very savvy on the way neutron works but I am sure it uses bridges. I'm sure the issue is caused by my neutron setup in some way. Is there a special step in the setup I may have missed?

Could this all be caused by the dhcp option force setting? Would that cause this?

I have also discovered that this also affects linux instances. I can access websites now but I cannot do things such as download files; it seems the connection drops randomly on some requests. I have noticed while staging images that I experience the same results from vms that are NATed as opposed to bridged. Again, I will admin I am not very savvy on the way neutron works but I am sure it uses bridges. I'm sure the issue is caused by my neutron setup in some way. Is there a special step in the setup I may have missed?

Could this all be caused by the dhcp option force setting? Would that cause this?

Hello I have been doing extensive research on this and has not lead me anywhere, I have openstack setup in a 3-node architecture with all nodes being proxmox vms. I am not having trouble with any services and no errors show in any logs. My test method is creating the instance and attempting to download chrome or teamviewer, which usually fails. I can access any website with no issue and can even access my physical network. I am wondering if the issue is spawned due to a non-compliant hardware component.