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FloatingIP public subnet association within Heat

asked 2016-08-17 00:16:23 -0500

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updated 2016-08-18 15:17:31 -0500

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I am working with a usecase to segmentate the FloatingIP pool of an External Network into logical buckets. I am trying an approach of dividing the FloatingIP pool using multiple subnets within a single External Network.

Using OpenStack CLI there appears to be a way to create a FloatingIP specifying both the floating network and also passing in a subnet. It appears to allocate the correct FloatingIP address within the desired subnet:

neutron floatingip-create d882e796-8ce3-4509-8037-0c808ecb4c18 --subnet f63ed3d9-aeb8-4336-a55d-95c7d282272d

Within the Heat Specification, I cannot see away to associate a FloatingIP with the Public subnet - only a floating network. If the floating network has many subnets, it appears to allocate IPs from the last created subnet only.

Is there a way to pass into Heat the desired subnet within the floating network when creating a FloatingIP?

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answered 2016-09-20 13:17:54 -0500

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I raised a bug to add support for this.

In the meantime, you _might_ be able to handle this by specifying it in the value_specs property, which is a sort of catch-all for parameters to the neutron client that are not directly modelled in Heat.

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