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How to set a subnet as the default ip allocation net?

asked 2018-09-10 08:41:03 -0500

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I have a network called "external" which has two subnets "external-public" and "external-share". Here are the subnets information:

  • external-public: 211.65.102.0/24 | start ip: 211.65.102.42, end ip: 211.65.102.54
  • external-share : 10.10.0.0/16 | start ip: 10.10.0.100, end ip: 10.10.255.254

I want to configure the machines (instances, routers, floating IPs etc.) to allocate the IPs in the external-share instead of external-public . However, it always allocate an IP in the external-public for me.

I can allocate an IP with a specific subnet via the OpenStack CLI client. But I wonder that is there a way to do this via horizon dashboard ? Or is there any way to set the subnet become the network "default" subnet ?

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answered 2018-10-24 08:59:48 -0500

If your using dashboard, unless external-public subnet's IP allocation is full, it will not allow allocating IP from external-share

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