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Can't Ping Instances or SSH into Instances from Host

asked 2018-02-28 04:24:43 -0500

rtriki gravatar image

hello,

I have installed devstack successfully in ubuntu 16.04 with in devstack in a virtualbox vm. enp0s3 :10.6.208.111 lo: 127.0.0.1 virbr0: 192.168.122.1

I have a default public and private network in my topology network with a router.

If am not able to ping between my host and the instance created (IP:192.168.101.3 and IP flottantes : 172.24.4.15). Host IP: 10.6.208.111

Current settings: Public Network (public 172.24.4.0/27) Private Network (private 192.168.101.0/24) i also created a floating IP with the IP address 172.24.4.15

Created a router with 2 interface one connecte to public and one connect to private. Has created the VM's in private network.

How can i ssh to the instance created and ping it from my host IP?

Thank you

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answered 2018-04-12 13:38:36 -0500

iksik gravatar image

I have almost exactly same issue - despite the fact, that the most popular answer for this question is related to security groups, i've double and triple checked, that i have opened TCP on all ports from/to all sources/targets and yet, it doesn't work. BTW. i have deployed devstack under ubuntu 16.04 on bare metal.

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answered 2018-03-16 03:47:52 -0500

hson89 gravatar image

I haven't seen you mentioned about Security Groups here. If you want to ssh or ping from your host, you will need to allow SSH port and ICMP protocol in Security Groups.

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