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Re: Grizzly installation successful but VM is not accessible over network or from the host machine


The status shown on the dashboard is confusing. Under Router Detail
section, it shows Status as Active. But under Interfaces it shows as DOWN
but Admin status as UP (refer the cut-paste below).
Also i see following error message in /var/log/quantum/dhcp-agent.log:

Stderr: "sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified\nSorry, user
quantum is not allowed to execute
 ERROR [quantum.agent.dhcp_agent] Unable to sync network state.

Router Overview: router_osk_1
Add Interface<>
  Name Fixed IPs Status Type Admin State Actions


DOWNInternal InterfaceUP
   Displaying 1 item

On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 11:59 AM, Kamarul <profkamarul@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Nikhil,
> Configuring networking (quantum) is a common problem as such a vm cannot
> ping to other host outside of openstack setup.
> For a start, you may look into logs (/var/log/quantum), that will give you
> clue.
> What is your router's interfaces status, up or down?
> Go through below logs
> dhcp-agent.log
> l3-agent.log
> openvswitch-agent.log
> ovs-cleanup.log
> server.log
> Thank You,
> Regards
> Kamarul
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> On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 1:29 PM, Nikhil Mittal <mittalnikhil@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I followed the guide on installing Grizzly on single-node setup. I was
>> able to install my own customized VM successfully (though after resolving a
>> few glitches) but the VM is not accessible on the same host or from another
>> machine. The IP address assigned to the VM does not respond to pings, etc.
>> though the instance is very much alive (can access via Dashboard console).
>> Network topology shows Router and the VM being assigned an IP.
>> The commands 'ifconfig' does not show any of the bridges, nor 'route'
>> shows any additional routes created.
>> I have attached the screenshot of the network topology (from Dashboard).
>> NOTE:
>> 1. I am using Ubuntu 13.04 on x86 64 bit Intel platform with two NICs.
>> Both NICs have addresses which are accessible within the enterprise network.
>> 2. I have added required security group to enable TCP and ICMP traffic.
>> Thanks,
>> Nikhil
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