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Fuel-11 Help - Address intersection between gateway and IP range of fuelweb_admin network

asked 2017-07-17 15:20:15 -0500

JTJohnson gravatar image

This is driving me nuts. No matter what subnet, CIDR and gateway I put into the "Admin Tenant Network Parameters", I get an error:

Address intersection between gateway and IP range of fuelweb_admin network. (Network IDs: '1')

I'm running on Fuel-11, physical hardware. Nothing in logs.

Here's my network config:

Public: - start= - end= - VLAN 1248 Storage: - start= - end= - VLAN 1921 Management: - start= - end= - VLAN 1920 Private: - start= - end= - VLAN 1922 Neutron L3 - Floating: start= - end= Neutron L3 - Admin Tennant: - Gateway = ** Errors out no matter what CIDR / Gateway I enter.

I've looked everywhere. Can someone please help me resolve this issue?

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Sorry about the bad formatting on the network stuff

JTJohnson gravatar imageJTJohnson ( 2017-07-17 15:21:02 -0500 )edit

I might have a thought on this... My Fuel-Master server is at My DHCP scope is at to Since my Fuel server is within that DHCP scope, I'm thinking Fuel doesn't like that. Rebuilding Fuel to see if this works...

JTJohnson gravatar imageJTJohnson ( 2017-07-17 15:34:26 -0500 )edit

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answered 2017-07-18 12:30:29 -0500

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updated 2017-07-18 12:32:05 -0500

Yep, that was the issue. Fuel-Master was in the range of DHCP assigned addresses. Fuel error messages are terrible. Also, make sure there are no booted nodes - either to the first stage of PXE or fully provisioned. Fuel will bark that there's conflicts with Bootstrap nodes

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