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How to access OpenStack instance installed at Google Cloud?

asked 2019-06-18 12:11:14 -0500

Kilmer Luiz gravatar image

I have a CentOS7 16GB VM on Google Cloud Plataform. I installed a OpenStack there with RDO Packstack. I have set a fix external IP to that CentOS, so I can access Horizon and other API calls anywhere.

Also, I have created a router and a new network, "switch", and its address I set from my PC's "route -n" command (192.168). There is a default network "public" with 172 address.

The new instances are on "switch" network, and I set to them a Floating IP. If I access those VMs from Horizon/dashboard, I can ping them, but if I do it here, locally, I got Destination Host Unreachable.

What do I need to do to access OpenStack VMs at GCP from home/my PC? How can my network "talk" to OpenStack/GCP networks?

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answered 2019-06-28 03:42:17 -0500

gtarnaras gravatar image

Hey Kilmer, could you please clarify this:

If I access those VMs from Horizon/dashboard, I can ping them, but if I do it here, locally, I got Destination Host Unreachable.

Do you mean that you are able to access the VMs console using the dashboard? Console uses VNC so this does not imply that your network connectivity to the external/internal net is good.

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