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Re: How to work with Flat DHCP Grizzly
Sorry to not answer your private e-mail in time.
I'm quite sure that you'll need at least, two networks but, both private
(according to my guide), one for openstack components, other for Instances.
It doesn't work like OpenNebula as you thought...
You don't need nothing related to "nova network", since we aren't using it.
Ubuntu instance from Canonical depends on a working metadata, because there
is no password preconfigured within the image, you'll need the ssh keys
from metadata, which I was unable to configure it (metadata) within my
environment... Sorry, anyway, you can login into any CirrOS instances via
Dashboard -> VNC Console. Or, you can create your own Ubuntu image using
the command "vm-builder" and upload it to Glance...
Listen, at first, try to follow the my guide line by line, using a new
gateway VM as I told you, to test... Later, after a working installation,
you can start playing with Quantum networks easily...
On 25 July 2013 08:16, comiqadze <comiq@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, folks!
> Does somebody know any guide for installation of the Flat DHCP step by
> I followed this guide for building the system:
> my system is: 2 machines with ubuntu 12.04. one compute, one controller.
> I neatly followed this guide, except for one thing: my IPs for controller
> and compute nodes and for instances are of the same network.
> Controller, Compute - x.x.15.70, 71. Instances pool: x.x.15.230-240
> Do I need to specify Network Manager in nova.conf?
> Like: network_manager=nova.network.manager.FlatManager
> Currently I can create an instance, I can see it's IP in Dashboard, but I
> cannot ping it. And inside there is no network.
> Even when I manually changed Interfaces file, I still cannot ping it.
> When I load Ubuntu instance, it requests login and password? Does somebody
> know where I can find it?
> Thank you. Any help will be very appreciated.
> regards, comiq
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