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2016-04-30 01:01:28 -0600 asked a question How to deploy Openstack Liberty multi-site

Our small org has 2 sites, in 2 different geographical locations. I'm trying to deploy Openstack with the following requirements :

  • Both the sites should have their own networks
  • Should be able to choose a site to start a VM instance
  • A VM instantiated in one site should be part of that site's network

For this will I have ti deploy Neutron on both sites ? Should I use different "regions" for Compute & Neutron deployments ?

2014-11-23 05:56:04 -0600 commented answer Keystone An unexpected error prevented the server from fulfilling your request. (HTTP 500)

I'm also getting the expected output (per fgorbat). The service is also running. But still getting the 500 error. Has anybody managed to resolve this ?

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2014-05-01 01:19:07 -0600 asked a question What is meant by "configure the hypervisor to permit promiscuous mode on the external network" as mentioned in the Docs for installing Icehouse on 3-Node setup

I am trying to install Icehousr on a 3-Node setup with Ubuntu 14.04 on Virtual Machines. However, I'm not able to get my Networking right. I am able to ping all the 3 nodes on the Management network and even get a instance running with internal as well as external IP assigned , as seen on the Horizon dashboard. But I'm not able to ping the instance either from Host or either of the 2 nodes. I doubt that I may have setup my VM networking incorrectly. In the docs it is mentioned that : "If you are building your OpenStack nodes as virtual machines, you must configure the hypervisor to permit promiscuous mode on the external network." What does this mean ?

2014-05-01 01:07:29 -0600 answered a question icehouse documentation help

Yes. Ideally, the internet should be accessible from the Management network. The Management Network itself should not be accessible from outside the main network, for example, the corporate LAN. The "tunnel" network you mention is between Network nodes and the Compute nodes. In your case, The Controller-cum-Network node and the Compute nodes. This network should not be reachable even by the Management network ... ideally.

Hope haven't confused you more

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