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Re: [Quantum & OVS] How to bi-direction communicate between VM instances and "old" LAN network(s)
You should also perform the following commands:
quantum router-gateway-set <id_of_project_router> old_lan5
At 2013-05-23 15:21:10,"Chu Duc Minh" <chu.ducminh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks Ashok Kumaran,
I follow your link, but when i associate a Floating IP in new_Ext_net to an instance, Horizon throw an error:
Error: External network 4a7f4ca5-a787-4f64-8a4b-22a11f9b55f7 is not reachable from subnet 9c921f72-a60e-4eae-b53f-f3eff3218627. Therefore, cannot associate Port d105d3e7-6702-4ff6-81f8-65fba219bd0b with a Floating IP.
PS: I run:
quantum net-create --tenant-id <id_of_admin_tenant> old_lan5 --router:external=True
quantum subnet-create --tenant-id 2fcd718a8d084ffc866bbb39640c8cd1 --allocation-pool start=192.168.5.31,end=192.168.5.34 --gateway 192.168.5.30 old_lan5 192.168.5.0/24 --enable_dhcp=False
quantum router-interface-add <id_of_project_router> <id_of_new_subnet>
quantum router-update 5def5511-7a43-48ca-b234-be290020509c --routes type=dict list=true destination=192.168.0.0/16,nexthop=192.168.5.1
On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 12:41 PM, Ashok Kumaran <ashokkumaran.b@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You might want to check this link.
you can create multiple floating ip pools in association with different ext nets
On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 10:38 AM, Chu Duc Minh <chu.ducminh@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi, thank you for your help, but I can't follow your guides because I already have an external network (123.x.y.0/24)
I tried some ways to add 2 floating IP(s) (belong to 2 network/subnet) to an instance, but still not success...
Do you or others have another idea?
Thank you very much!
On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 12:40 AM, Naveen Joy (najoy) <najoy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I was able to get my instances and LAN servers communicate by following the below steps. The basic idea is that you should add the external network interface to br-ex, then create an external network in quantum with --router:external=True and allocate floating IPs to your instances from this external network. Now your LAN servers can talk to your instances using these routable floating IPs that you have allocated from the external network.
1. Create an external bridge named br-ex and add the network card to that bridge. Also assign an IP on the external bridge so you can manage it. Assuming eth1 is your network card.
sudo ovs-vsctl add-br br-ex
sudo ovs-vsctl add-port br-ex eth1
sudo ip addr add <ip/mask> dev br-ex
sudo ip link set br-ex up
2. Set eth1 as a promiscuous interface in Ubuntu with no IP address so your host OS does not mess with it.
Edit your /etc/network/interfaces and add the below lines:
iface eth1 inet manual
up ifconfig $IFACE 0.0.0.0 up
up ifconfig $IFACE promisc
down ifconfig $IFACE down
3. Create a shared public network and subnet for your tenant routers to plug in.
Note that this network should be mapped to your existing LAN network and you should also set an existing gateway and assign IP allocation pools.
quantum net-create public --shared --router:external=True --provider:network_type local
quantum subnet-create --name public-subnet --gateway <gateway-ip> --allocation-pool start=<start-ip>,end=<end-ip> public <external-LAN-subnet/mask>
4. Then set an external gateway IP for your tenant routers and create your user nets
quantum router-create router1
quantum router-gateway-set router1 public
quantum net-create usernet1
quantum subnet-create --name subnet1 usernet1 10.0.0.0/24
quantum router-interface-add router1 subnet1
5. To enable bi-directional network communication your old LAN network server farm use floating IPs. Allocate a floating IP and map it to your instance port either using command line or via horizon.
quantum floatingip-create --port_id $SERVER_PORT_ID public
Hope this helps.
From: Openstack [mailto:openstack-bounces+najoy=cisco.com@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Chu Duc Minh
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 5:04 AM
Subject: [Openstack] [Quantum & OVS] How to bi-direction communicate between VM instances and "old" LAN network(s)
Hi, i deployed a Openstack Grizzly cluster with Quantum using network-model "Per-tenant Routers with Private Networks". Everything is ok.
Now, i need to communicate (bi-direction) between VM network(s) and "old" LAN network(s) of old server farm. (192.168.2.0/24, 192.168.3.0/24, v.v...)
I added a network card to Network-node and plug it to a LAN network (192.168.3.0/24).
But still not yet figured out how i can achieve it (old server farm can connect to VM instance and vice-versa)
Could you help me, pls? Thanks a lot, folks!
PS: I attach my network topology in this mail for reference.
I think that, maybe I need to create a new "br-ex" for LAN, create port/interface in router of each tenant, then add a LAN IP (192.168.3.x) to router-interface.
Then add route to 192.168.0.0/16 to 192.168.3.1
But "how to implement it" still not clear... :-(
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