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2019-07-05 11:43:48 -0500 commented question Cant access my instance (ping/ssh)

I also tried setting 10.0.0.0/24 for private network instead of 172.24.4.0/24, and also did not worked. Does that sould not work as well?

I'll try the other instalation, from that question.

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2019-07-04 12:56:55 -0500 asked a question Cant access my instance (ping/ssh)

I have installed a RDO Packstack at a CentOS without any specific settings, just followed the tutorial from RDO webpage. Im using Stein.

What i've already done:

  • updated default Security Group so it enables all TCP and ICMP ports;
  • created a public network and subnet with my local settings (164.xxx.xxx);
  • created a private network and subnet with openstack "public network" settings (172.24.4.0/24);
  • created a router to connect public and private networks;
  • created a new instance at private network;
  • added new Floating IP (from public) and associated it with that instance.

I also tried connecting that.What am I missing?

I tried connecting with SSH, pem file, ping but nothing works. If I ping, I get a "destination host unreachable".

I think the problem may be related to the creation of the public network. As a admin (in Horizon), I created a flat network and when setting "Physical Network", I'm not sure on what to set. I tried "enp3s0", which is my psysical device. I think it may be something wrong at some neutron file, like physical_interface_mappings at linuxbridge_agent.ini. But I do not have this file anywhere, and I couldn't find that flag as well. Is there some related file? Why I cant access my instances from others machines from the same host network (164.xxx.xxx network)?

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2019-06-23 17:37:03 -0500 asked a question Cant access my instance (ping/ssh)

I have installed a RDO Packstack at a CentOS without any specific settings, just followed the tutorial.

What i've already done:

  • updated default Security Group so it enables all TCP and ICMP ports;
  • created a public network and subnet with my local settings;
  • created a private network and subnet with openstack "public network" settings (172.24.4.0/24);
  • created a router to connect public and private networks;
  • created a new instance at private network;
  • added new Floating IP (from public) and associated it with that instance.

I also tried connecting that.What am I missing?

I tried connecting with SSH, pem file, ping but nothing works. If I ping, I get a "destination host unreachable".

2019-06-18 12:11:14 -0500 asked a question How to access OpenStack instance installed at Google Cloud?

I have a CentOS7 16GB VM on Google Cloud Plataform. I installed a OpenStack there with RDO Packstack. I have set a fix external IP to that CentOS, so I can access Horizon and other API calls anywhere.

Also, I have created a router and a new network, "switch", and its address I set from my PC's "route -n" command (192.168). There is a default network "public" with 172 address.

The new instances are on "switch" network, and I set to them a Floating IP. If I access those VMs from Horizon/dashboard, I can ping them, but if I do it here, locally, I got Destination Host Unreachable.

What do I need to do to access OpenStack VMs at GCP from home/my PC? How can my network "talk" to OpenStack/GCP networks?

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2019-06-06 20:59:31 -0500 commented question How to get external IP from isntance?

Google solve that problem to test again. For my GCP VM, I have set a fixed external IP, 35.247.xxx... I'm realy sorry, but I know very little about network, but what do you mean about "Can you share your network topology?"

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2019-06-06 20:49:27 -0500 commented question How to get external IP from isntance?

I tried with your parameters (from your "connect the cloud" first comment), but I got stuck. I don't know if some configuration failed, or it was some problem with GCP, since the Google Cloud Console service have a "Service Disruption" status since many hours ago, and Im waiting Google solve [+]

2019-06-06 11:50:09 -0500 commented question How to get external IP from isntance?

In advance, thanks for helping me. So, I should re-install packstack, right? With those parameters on that question you pointed.

2019-06-06 11:49:54 -0500 commented answer How to get external IP from isntance?

In this case, as I already tried adding a router, what else should I do to connect network with a router?

2019-06-06 11:44:01 -0500 commented answer How to get external IP from isntance?

Sorry, Bernd, I didn't noticed that you answered me up there. What parameters from Packstack? I just followed the instructions from the instalation "tutorial" (disabled firewall, disabled NetworkManager and started network, and then installed the packstack (sorrry, I cant post links))

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2019-06-06 00:58:30 -0500 commented answer How to get external IP from isntance?

Anyway, the created IP was another 172.xxx.... Does it still should work?

2019-06-06 00:58:07 -0500 commented answer How to get external IP from isntance?

Thanks in advance for helping me. I tried that: created floating ip (openstack floating ip create public) and tried to set (openstack server add floating ip <instance> <ip>), but I got an error "reachable from subnet". I created a new router for my project and still cant create.

2019-06-05 19:58:05 -0500 asked a question How to get external IP from isntance?

I have installed a OpenStack with RDO packstack (https://www.rdoproject.org/install/packstack/ (https://www.rdoproject.org/install/pa...)) in a Google Cloud Plataform CentOS VM, for infrastructure reasons.

When I create a instance, I got a 172.xxx... IP address, which, I think, it is a virtual address. If I ping that IP with my PC, I got nothing, and the same happens if I ping at the GCP console, I still don't get nothing, which seems weird to me.

How can I access my OpenStack instance? How can I access that instance from my PC?

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2019-03-13 11:15:03 -0500 asked a question Endpoints with External IP stopped working - Google Cloud Plataform (GCP) and OpenStack RDO

I have installed a OpenStack with RDO at a Google Cloud Plataform Machine, with Google Compute Engine. I have configured my VM so I was able to access OpenStack endpoints from my machine. But I cannot access them anymore. If I hit, for example, http://[external_ip]/dashboard, I get Not Found - The requested URL /dashboard was not found on this server.

It is weird because I can't access them not even at VM console, it happens the same there:

curl -v [internal_ip]/dashboard -> 302, as expected;

curl -v [external_ip]/dashboard -> 404, but should also be 302.

I do not remeber changing anything, so I don't know why external IP is not working at all. Am I doing something wrong?

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2019-02-08 04:16:08 -0500 commented question Getting `Connection timed out` when trying to reach OpenStack with RDO endpoints

The university network was blocking it! I created other VM in Google and curl with external IP and worked. So I connected from my 4G and worked! Thanks for helping

2019-02-08 04:16:08 -0500 commented question Getting `Connection timed out` when trying to reach OpenStack with RDO endpoints

Using Google VM, I can curl with both internal and external IP's. The problem is that I need to use endpoits outside VM. Can't understand why I can access in browser but not with endpoits.

2019-02-08 04:16:08 -0500 commented question Getting `Connection timed out` when trying to reach OpenStack with RDO endpoints

Thanks for answering and helping me. firewall-cmd --list-ports returns FirewallD is not running. So, should not be blocking me. I've never used that tcpdump package, but when I run tcpdump, I got nothing: tcpdump:. Looks empty.

2019-02-07 20:34:09 -0500 asked a question Getting `Connection timed out` when trying to reach OpenStack with RDO endpoints

In a CentOS Google Cloud Plataform VM, I have installed a OpenStack with RDO packstack. I've configured the VM's firewall to open ports used in Openstack endpoints, like 5000, used by keystone (listed with openstack catalog list. From browser (Horizon), I'm able to do whatever I want, but if I hit any endpoint directly, for example curl {ip}:5000 or hitting from Postman, I get a Connection timed out.

Am I missing something? What do I need to do to hit those endpoints?