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From Edison Su <>
Subject RE: issue/bug with multiple guest networks?
Date Thu, 20 Sep 2012 01:35:55 GMT
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Marcus Sorensen []
> Sent: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 5:18 PM
> To:
> Subject: issue/bug with multiple guest networks?
> Cloudstack seems to let you create guest traffic types on multiple
> physical networks. However, when I try this with KVM I end up always
> bridging to whatever device is used for
> It looks like the issue is in
> plugins/hypervisors/kvm/src/com/cloud/hypervisor/kvm/resource/BridgeVif
> in the plug function.
> if (nic.getType() == Networks.TrafficType.Guest) {
>             if (nic.getBroadcastType() ==
> Networks.BroadcastDomainType.Vlan
>                     && !vlanId.equalsIgnoreCase("untagged")) {
>                 String brName = createVlanBr(vlanId,
> _pifs.get("private"));
> that is, if nic is a guest traffic type, create its bridge on
> "private", which is found by searching for We
> are passed the physicalnetwork bridge that we should be using (or at
> least the KVM traffic label that should be used for the nic, which is

Yes, should create bridge based on NicTO.getName(), instead of always on "private" network.

> the same thing, no?) in StartCommand, so I'm not getting why it's
> hardcoded to use the

It's a bug.

> I'll look at fixing this, but as usual I'd like any background on this
> that I can get, so I don't break it for others.
> Also, should we not change the cloudVirBr prefix to include a physical
> network identifier? It sort of seems like there's support for adding
> vlans as well to each guest traffic on each physical network (e.g.
> vlan 100-200 on physical network 1, vlan 100-200 on physical network
> 2, etc), but with the existing naming convention the bridge names will
> collide. Perhaps there's more to it than that, but it seems like
> changing the naming would be a first step.

Can change the name schema to br-device-name-vlan-number: e.g brEth00001?

> Feedback?

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