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External Interface Down on Router - Network Node running on hyper-v 2012

asked 2015-03-30 10:50:09 -0500

Hi All,

I have been following the Juno install guide and have setup everything, however I am now getting networking issues when trying to use the gre plugin within Neutron.

All my management VMs are running on a Hyper-V 2012 server, and I have seperated the a Network node and my cloud controller. I can easily create new Networks, Routers, interfaces etc, but whenever I choose 'Set Gateway' to connect my network to the External Interface, I see 'Status: DOWN'.

Reading the istructions, it tells me to set Promiscous mode on the virtual switch, which I have done using cloudbases powershell module at: http://www.cloudbase.it/hyper-v-promiscuous-mode/ (http://www.cloudbase.it/hyper-v-promi...)

However, I am still unable to get this connection online, and route my instances onto the external network. Please can someone point me in the right direction?

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Sorry for the bump, but does anyone know how I can start to troubleshoot this? Am I right in thinking that my network node should be set to 'destination', with my switch set to 'source'?

Paul Sanders gravatar imagePaul Sanders ( 2015-04-01 03:19:15 -0500 )edit

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answered 2015-06-10 04:36:31 -0500

Hi Cloudbase,

Sorry for the late reply, I had missed your answer to this. I haven't installed any of the MSIs yet, as the management hyper-v cluster is not going to be a cluster within the environment. I imagine this could cause some issues, so I will get that installed aswell.

I will get the logs uploaded this evening.

Thanks

Paul

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answered 2015-04-19 15:35:21 -0500

alexpilotti gravatar image

Some starting questions to help in troubleshooting your issue:

Did you install the Hyper-V compute and network components using the MSI? What is your network configuration in Neutron? Can you post your nova-compute and neutron agent logs (by default in C:\OpenStack\Logs)?

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