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2013-08-08 18:34:33 -0500 asked a question How Do I allow IP protocols other than TCP, UDP, or ICMP (such as GRE)through my security group?

I have a basic Grizzly installation following these instructions. https://github.com/mseknibilel/OpenStack-Grizzly-Install-Guide/blob/OVS_SingleNode/OpenStack_Grizzly_Install_Guide.rst

Everything is working great, however....

I am trying to send some traffic via a gre tunnel to an IP address of an interface on my instance. This traffic is neither TCP or UDP. How do I allow this traffic through my security group since I can only select TCP, UDP, or ICMP. Is there a allow any any command?

Thank you.

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2013-06-17 11:51:30 -0500 asked a question Windows 7 recognized Virtio Drive in Folsom, not in Grizzly.

I have re-installed my Openstack cloud using these instructions: https://github.com/mseknibilel/OpenStack-Grizzly-Install-Guide/blob/master/OpenStack_Grizzly_Install_Guide.rst

I used to have a Openstack cloud installation using these instructions: http://docs.openstack.org/folsom/basic-install/content/index.html

I have a Windows 7 insatallation .ISO that I had added a volder for Virtio Drivers during installation. This worked fine in Folsom. I was able to select the folder where the Virtio Drivers were, and then the drive would show up and I was able to install Windows.

This is not the case in Grizzly. I am not sure what is different or what I need to change.

Anyone have any ideas?

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2013-05-29 18:13:26 -0500 asked a question VMs cannot communicate with Compute Node. Cannot access Data network.

I have a 3 Node set up:

  • 1 Controller
  • 1 Network
  • 1 Compute

This is on a flat network design with no DHCP. I used these instructions to configure my cloud.

With the exception of these instructions to make it a flat network:

I have installed 1 Windows 7 VM.

I had this cloud up and running with no problems until I tried to configure a second physical interface on my Windows VM. I blew up my compute box so I re-built it from scratch.

Now, I can build my VM and everything is up and running the same as before. But this time, I cannot ping anything from the VM, I cannot even ping the compute box. The compute box can reach the Data network, the Internet, and also the management network.

I believe its an issue with the communication between my VM and my Compute box over the br-int interface. When I checked my ova-vswitchd.log, I get this:

May 28 06:54:14|00079|vlog|INFO|opened log file /var/log/openvswitch/ovs-vswitchd.log
May 28 14:23:23|00001|vlog|INFO|opened log file /var/log/openvswitch/ovs-vswitchd.log
May 28 14:23:23|00002|reconnect|INFO|unix:/var/run/openvswitch/db.sock: connecting...
May 28 14:23:23|00003|reconnect|INFO|unix:/var/run/openvswitch/db.sock: connected
May 28 14:23:23|00004|bridge|INFO|created port br-eth0 on bridge br-eth0
May 28 14:23:23|00005|bridge|INFO|created port eth0 on bridge br-eth0
May 28 14:23:23|00006|bridge|INFO|created port qvobb86dcf6-8a on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00007|bridge|INFO|created port qvoc9f07b8e-25 on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00008|bridge|INFO|created port qvoa383b061-a9 on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00009|bridge|INFO|created port br-int on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00010|bridge|INFO|created port qvob7f885db-03 on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00011|ofproto|INFO|using datapath ID 0000002320ac9972
May 28 14:23:23|00012|ofproto|INFO|using datapath ID 0000002320f607fb
May 28 14:23:23|00013|bridge|WARN|could not open network device qvobb86dcf6-8a (No such device)
May 28 14:23:23|00014|bridge|WARN|qvobb86dcf6-8a port has no interfaces, dropping
May 28 14:23:23|00015|bridge|INFO|destroyed port qvobb86dcf6-8a on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00016|bridge|WARN|could not open network device qvoc9f07b8e-25 (No such device)
May 28 14:23:23|00017|bridge|WARN|qvoc9f07b8e-25 port has no interfaces, dropping
May 28 14:23:23|00018|bridge|INFO|destroyed port qvoc9f07b8e-25 on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00019|bridge|WARN|could not open network device qvoa383b061-a9 (No such device)
May 28 14:23:23|00020|bridge|WARN|qvoa383b061-a9 port has no interfaces, dropping
May 28 14:23:23|00021|bridge|INFO|destroyed port qvoa383b061-a9 on bridge br-int
May 28 14:23:23|00022|bridge|WARN|could not open network device qvob7f885db-03 (No such device)
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2013-05-16 11:00:23 -0500 commented answer Anybody know how to add a Physical Network Interface to a Windows 7 Image?

On the compute box

2013-05-16 10:59:57 -0500 commented answer Anybody know how to add a Physical Network Interface to a Windows 7 Image?

Thank you but all this does is add a second Virtual Interface to the VM. Using the same physical interface to connect the Instance as the first Interface.

I need a way of doing exactly what this doc is saying, but to also have the secondary network attatched to a second Physical NIC on the compu

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2013-05-15 18:07:21 -0500 answered a question Anybody know how to add a Physical Network Interface to a Windows 7 Image?

I have a windows 7 Image on my Compute server. This server has multiple Network Interfaces installed. Currently, the Image has 1 Network Interface which is assigned an IP address and allows the VM to get connect to everything.

What I need to do is somehow add one of the other Physical Network Interfaces on my Compute Server as a second network interface on my windows 7 Image. This network interface is going to be used as a monitoring interface for the image. It doesn't need an IP or internet access or anything. I just need a physical interface.

Is this possible?

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2013-05-14 14:59:26 -0500 asked a question Anybody know how to add a Physical Network Interface to a Windows 7 Image?

I have a windows 7 Image on my Compute server. This server has multiple Network Interfaces installed. Currently, the Image has 1 Network Interface which is assigned an IP address and allows the VM to get connect to everything.

What I need to do is somehow add one of the other Physical Network Interfaces on my Compute Server as a second network interface on my windows 7 Image. This network interface is going to be used as a monitoring interface for the image. It doesn't need an IP or internet access or anything. I just need a physical interface that I can use with a tool like Wireshark.

Is this possible?