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Re: Network node needed?
Is it possible to deploy Quantum (Flat) with two servers (controller +
compute) that have only 1 ethernet on each?
Plus, the Instances gateway will not be the controller, but my "office
firewall", external to the cloud, can be?
On 11 March 2013 09:55, Logan McNaughton <logan@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> No it's not needed, you just run quantum-server, the L3 agent, the DHCP
> agent, and the plugin agent (probably open vSwitch) all on the controller.
> You'll just need to plan out which NICs you'll use for what purpose and
> setup accordingly.
> As a side note, you'll also need to run the plugin agent on all your
> compute nodes
> On Mar 9, 2013 4:57 PM, "JR" <botemout@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Greetings all,
>> Next week I'll be putting up a new folsom cluster (perhaps using these
>> Presently, I don't have a box to devote to being a network node. Is it
>> necessary? The clouds I've put up so far have just had controller and
>> compute nodes? Is the network node required by quantum?
>> Thanks much,
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