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Assign some external networks to specific tenant or project?

Hello Folks,

We created about 20 external networks and want to control permission for external networks based on tenants (or projects). For example, we want to control that tenant1 (or project1) can see only external network 1 and external network 2. I could not find solution for this. Is this possible in OpenStack? Thank you so much

Assign some external networks to specific tenant or project?

Hello Folks,

We created about 20 external networks and want to control permission for external networks based on tenants (or projects). For example, we want to control that tenant1 (or project1) can see only external network 1 and external network 2. I could not find solution for this. Is this possible in OpenStack? OpenStack?

Thank you so much

We use icehouse and neutron for the network deployment. Our architecture is like this. Controller_node, Network_node, Compute_node... We used GRE for the Instance LAN and VLAN for the external network connections. We used single trunk port on the Network Node for the external connections.. We want to assign two external networks (or provider networks) having VLAN2, and VLAN3 to project1, and other two external networks (VLAN4, VLAN 5) to project2.. I want to disable VLAN4, and VLAN5 to project1. Any solutions?

Thanks for your answer.

Assign some external networks to specific tenant or project?

Hello Folks,

We created about 20 external networks and want to control permission for external networks based on tenants (or projects). For example, we want to control that tenant1 (or project1) can see only external network 1 and external network 2. I could not find solution for this. Is this possible in OpenStack?

Thank you so much

We use icehouse and neutron for the network deployment. Our architecture is like this. Controller_node, Network_node, Compute_node... We used GRE for the Instance LAN and VLAN for the external network connections. We used single trunk port on the Network Node for the external connections.. We want to assign two external networks (or provider networks) having VLAN2, and VLAN3 to project1, and other two external networks (VLAN4, VLAN 5) to project2.. I want to disable VLAN4, and VLAN5 to project1. Any solutions?

Thanks for your answer.======================================================

I found a solution for this...

I don't think there is a way to do this from dashboard. However, there is an option field to designate tenant_id using commnad line. $neutron net-create some-network --tenant-id "tenant uuid ..." .... please note you may not want to add --shared option ..... $neutron subnet-create some-network --name some-subnet --tenant-id "tenatn uuid ..."

It works but problem is that external network assigned to specific tenant is shown to other tenant from the network topology diagram though it is disabled to use or see internal to other tenants... I hope it is hidden from the network topology. I might change the code ...... I hope this is implemented in future version..