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Re: VMs accesible from external LAN
Hi all again:
- VMs tenant (10.129.130.0/24).
- External lan (10.129.128.0/24)
By using VLAN mode, it means VMs only can communicate with other ones of
the same tenant (i.e vlan130)?
In this way, ping from a host of my external lan will not can reach
instances, unless I connect to VPN of tenant (address 10.129.130.2)
Thanks a lot!
2013/1/17 JuanFra Rodriguez Cardoso <juanfra.rodriguez.cardoso@xxxxxxxxx>
> Hi Hugo:
> There is no problem with vlan trunking (802.1q). Our switch is configured
> in mode trunk.
> AFAIK, the fixed ips are innaccesible from outside (except when floating
> ips are attached). I just need our VMs are reached from rest of corporation
> 2013/1/17 Kuo Hugo <tonytkdk@xxxxxxxxx>
>> Did you ever try to trunk two VLANs on your switch ?
>> 2013/1/17 JuanFra Rodriguez Cardoso <juanfra.rodriguez.cardoso@xxxxxxxxx>
>>> Hi guys:
>>> This is my scenario: Centos 6.3 / Folsom / nova-network / vlanManager
>>> I created one vlan (10.129.130.0/24) for my project. How to can I allow
>>> to reach VMs from hosts of VLAN (10.129.128.0/24)?
>>> Do I have to add manually an iptables rule? or modify a nova-network
>>> Best regards,
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>> +Hugo Kuo+
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