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Allowed address Pairs

Linux Bridge Agent is used in this deployment (Controller, compute1, compute2). I have create 5 VMs (vm1, vm2, vm3, vm4, vm5) on a single self-service network. Three VMs (vm1, vm2, vm3) are hosted on compute1 node and Two VMs (vm4, vm5) are hosted on compute2 node. I added a virtual ip (10.10.10.10) to vm4. I am able to ping the virtual ip (10.10.10.10) from (vm4, vm5) but NOT from (vm1, vm2, vm3).

Why VIP is not pingable from VMs hosted on other compute node?

Allowed address Pairs

Linux Bridge Agent is used in this deployment (Controller, compute1, compute2). I have create created 5 VMs (vm1, vm2, vm3, vm4, vm5) on a single self-service network. Three VMs (vm1, vm2, vm3) are hosted on compute1 node and Two VMs (vm4, vm5) are hosted on compute2 node. I added a virtual ip (10.10.10.10) to vm4. I am able to ping the virtual ip (10.10.10.10) from (vm4, vm5) but NOT from (vm1, vm2, vm3).

Why VIP is not pingable from VMs hosted on other compute node?

Allowed address Pairs

Linux Bridge Agent is used in this deployment (Controller, compute1, compute2). I have created 5 VMs (vm1, vm2, vm3, vm4, vm5) on a single self-service network. Three VMs (vm1, vm2, vm3) are hosted on compute1 node and Two VMs (vm4, vm5) are hosted on compute2 node. I added a virtual ip (10.10.10.10) to vm4. I am able to ping the virtual ip (10.10.10.10) from (vm4, vm5) but NOT from (vm1, vm2, vm3).

Why VIP is not pingable from VMs hosted on other compute node?