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multi network, shared FlatManager config

I have setup Openstack using Centos 6.4 controller (havana, RDO) and 4 compute nodes (KVM) using nova-network. 2 compute nodes are in 10.77.1.0/24 and remaining 2 are in 10.77.2.0/24 networks. I have created 2 networks as well using "nova-manage network create". Network uses FlatManager and instances get IP from external DHCP. No firewall. eth0 is the interface on controller while compute nodes use br100 (bridged into eth0).

All compute nodes and instances are able to talk with each other however after adding the second network, I have started seeing following issue:

Issue: when I create instance from dashboard, they show 2 IPs on the dashboard. Instance created this way gets 2 eth devices also however only 1 is configured from my external DHCP server. I want to be able to create instance with just 1 network-interface.

I have tried playing with nova aggregates, de-associate commands but am not able to set it right. Please help. I have 2 clusters and can try anything in my dev. env.

PS: Instances from CLI "nova boot --nic ..." command look fine and show only 1 IP assigned in dashboard.

Thank you in advance, -g

multi network, shared FlatManager config

I have setup Openstack using Centos 6.4 controller (havana, RDO) and 4 compute nodes (KVM) using nova-network. 2 compute nodes are in 10.77.1.0/24 and remaining 2 are in 10.77.2.0/24 networks. I have created 2 networks as well using "nova-manage network create". Network uses FlatManager and instances get IP from external DHCP. No firewall. eth0 is the interface on controller while compute nodes use br100 (bridged into eth0).

All compute nodes and instances are able to talk with each other however after adding the second network, I have started seeing following issue:

Issue: when I create instance from dashboard, they show 2 IPs on the dashboard. Instance created this way gets 2 eth devices also however only 1 is configured from my external DHCP server. I want to be able to create instance with just 1 network-interface.network-interface. one that is connected and configured by external DHCP on the eth0 of compute host.

I have tried playing with nova aggregates, de-associate commands but am not able to set it right. Please help. I have 2 clusters and can try anything in my dev. env.

PS: Instances from CLI "nova boot --nic ..." command look fine and show only 1 IP assigned in dashboard.

Thank you in advance, -g

multi network, shared FlatManager config

I have setup Openstack using Centos 6.4 controller (havana, RDO) and 4 compute nodes (KVM) using nova-network. 2 compute nodes are in 10.77.1.0/24 and remaining 2 are in 10.77.2.0/24 networks. I have created 2 networks as well using "nova-manage network create". Network uses FlatManager and instances get IP from external DHCP. No firewall. eth0 is the interface on controller while compute nodes use br100 (bridged into eth0).

All compute nodes and instances are able to talk with each other however after adding the second network, I have started seeing following issue:

Issue: when I create instance from dashboard, they show 2 IPs on the dashboard. Instance created this way gets 2 eth devices also however only 1 is configured from my external DHCP server. I want to be able to create instance with just 1 network-interface. one that is connected and configured by external DHCP on the eth0 of compute host.

I have tried playing with nova aggregates, de-associate commands but am not able to set it right. Please help. I have 2 clusters and can try anything in my dev. env.

PS: Instances from CLI "nova boot --nic ..." command look fine and show only 1 IP assigned in dashboard.

Thank you in advance, -g

multi network, shared FlatManager configHow to configure VM with only one network interface

I have setup Openstack using Centos 6.4 controller (havana, RDO) and 4 compute nodes (KVM) using nova-network. 2 compute nodes are in 10.77.1.0/24 and remaining 2 are in 10.77.2.0/24 networks. I have created 2 networks as well using "nova-manage network create". Network uses FlatManager and instances get IP from external DHCP. No firewall. eth0 is the interface on controller while compute nodes use br100 (bridged into eth0).

All compute nodes and instances are able to talk with each other however after adding the second network, I have started seeing following issue:

Issue: when I create instance from dashboard, they show 2 IPs on the dashboard. Instance created this way gets 2 eth devices also however only 1 is configured from my external DHCP server. I want to be able to create instance with just 1 network-interface. one that is connected and configured by external DHCP on the eth0 of compute host.

I have tried playing with nova aggregates, de-associate commands but am not able to set it right. Please help. I have 2 clusters and can try anything in my dev. env.

PS: Instances from CLI "nova boot --nic ..." command look fine and show only 1 IP assigned in dashboard.

Thank you in advance, -g

How to configure VM with to have only one network interface

I have setup Openstack using Centos 6.4 controller (havana, RDO) and 4 compute nodes (KVM) using nova-network. 2 compute nodes are in 10.77.1.0/24 and remaining 2 are in 10.77.2.0/24 networks. I have created 2 networks as well using "nova-manage network create". Network uses FlatManager and instances get IP from external DHCP. No firewall. eth0 is the interface on controller while compute nodes use br100 (bridged into eth0).

All compute nodes and instances are able to talk with each other however after adding the second network, I have started seeing following issue:

Issue: when I create instance from dashboard, they show 2 IPs on the dashboard. Instance created this way gets 2 eth devices also however only 1 is configured from my external DHCP server. I want to be able to create instance with just 1 network-interface. one that is connected and configured by external DHCP on the eth0 of compute host.

I have tried playing with nova aggregates, de-associate commands but am not able to set it right. Please help. I have 2 clusters and can try anything in my dev. env.

PS: Instances from CLI "nova boot --nic ..." command look fine and show only 1 IP assigned in dashboard.