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openstack neutron and vmware integration without NSX

asked 2017-02-01 00:22:52 -0500

nida gravatar image

I have to integrate open stack with VMware .Though I have done the integration using nova-networks but i need to use neutron now. As far as i have researched I found that neutron can be integrated using NSX plugin. I want to know that if there is a way around so we can integrate neutron with vmware without NSX but using other plugins because NSX is not an option for me.

I would appreciate if someone can guide me in this context early.

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answered 2017-02-02 00:43:42 -0500

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AFAIK, You could use only legacy nova-network to integrate OpenStack with Vmware without NSX controller. To use Neutron networking in VMware environment, NSX plugin and NSX controller are mandatory.

Refer the below blog for "Integrating OpenStack with VMware using legacy NOVA-network". http://www.hellovinoth.com/multi-hypervisor-openstack-integrating-vmware-vcenter-and-kvm-hypervisors-with-openstack/

Cheers,

Vinoth Kumar Selvaraj

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