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3 nodes are involved: controller, network gateway, compute node. New instances are not communicating at all, no ip addresses.

asked 2012-11-06 15:35:04 -0500

aryantaheri gravatar image

Seems something terribly wrong, but before starting from scratch it would be nice if someone give me some hints :)

Previously everything was working with nova-network (FlatDHCP) on the controller node.

Now 3 nodes are involved: controller, network gateway, compute node. New instances are not communicating at all, no ip addresses.

  • Each node has two interfaces, eth0: management, eth1: data

  • Namespace is not disabled

Controller: services: quantum-server, nova-* (but not nova-network), openvswitch-switch ifconfig: nova.conf: ovs-vsctl show: quantum.conf: ovs_quantum_plugin.ini: [LOGS] quantum-server.log:

Network Gateway: services: quantum-l3-agent, quantum-dhcp-agent, quantum-plugin-openvswitch-agent, openvswitch-switch dhcp_agent.ini: l3_agent.ini: ovs_quantum_plugin.ini: ovs-vsctl show: (and here we go for the strange output without any gw-xxx interface. Note: I created two networks)

This one has only two NICs, so I haven't assigned any interface for external network. It should still work? [LOGS] dhcp-agent.log: openvswitch-agent.log:

Compute Node: services: nova-compute, nova-api-metadata, quantum-plugin-openvswitch-agent ovs-vsctl show: ovs_quantum_plugin.ini: [LOGS] openvswitch-agent.log:

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answered 2012-11-22 09:46:48 -0500

Yeah I have connected the private network to a cisco 3650 switches. Not sure of commands for HP... I think ports are vlan tagged by default...

Switch(config)# interface xx

Switch(config-if)# switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q Switch(config-if)# switchport mode trunk

On Thu, Nov 22, 2012 at 3:01 PM, Aryan << p="">


Question #213459 on quantum changed: (

Aryan posted a new comment: Well done, I'll check it out.

Just a terminology question, by "trunk" you mean Cisco trunking, not HP trunking? So in HP term, you've tagged those ports, or just left them untouched?

Thanks Aryan

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Regards, Rabi Mishra

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answered 2012-11-29 15:37:55 -0500

aryantaheri gravatar image

Rabi, Thank you

It was extremely strange, changing the "libvirt_vif_driver" to "nova.virt.libvirt.vif.LibvirtOpenVswitchVirtualPortDriver" solved the problem.


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