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Ocata creates 2 IPs of same subnet in each instance

asked 2017-08-20 21:18:28 -0600

daniel hernandez gravatar image

updated 2017-08-22 15:08:10 -0600

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When I followed official guide from Ocata version in Openstack.org after create and validated test enviroment in VirtualBox/Ubuntu. I created instances in provider and selfservice network. in both cases for each server automatically is created 2 vNIC, I double check configuration but I don't see find any issue.

openstack server list

+--------------------------------------+----------------------+--------+------------------------------------------------+------------+

| ID                                   | Name                 | Status | Networks                                       | Image Name |

+--------------------------------------+----------------------+--------+------------------------------------------------+------------+

| 036eeccf-dc2f-4f04-b4da-1d2dddcd24c6 | selfservice-instance | ACTIVE | selfservice=172.16.1.12, 172.16.1.3, 10.1.2.62 | cirros     |

| f73c506c-cfc6-4a82-a816-c21a35ac3035 | provider-instance    | ACTIVE | provider=10.1.2.56, 10.1.2.51                  | cirros     |

+--------------------------------------+----------------------+--------+------------------------------------------------+------------+

IP address (10.1.2.62) from provider subnet in "selfservice instance" can ping from controller. IP addresses in self-service subnet create 2 IP addresses (172.16.1...) IP address (10.1.2.56) in provider instance ping but second IP (10.1.2.51) cannot from controller.

Does it only create one IP address in instances? if I delete them and create again, it create with 2 vNIC. how can it be checked?

thanks in advance

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answered 2017-08-24 08:38:03 -0600

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updated 2017-08-24 08:45:14 -0600

if you remove value RetryFilter, from scheduler-default-filters of nova-cloud-controller, getting multiple IP's assigned to the same instance on creation can be fixed.

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