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From Murali Reddy <>
Subject Re: Shared networks without IP range.
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2013 11:11:52 GMT
On 11/07/13 2:33 PM, "Prasanna Santhanam" <> wrote:

>On Tue, Jul 09, 2013 at 12:27:28PM +0530, Girish Shilamkar wrote:
>> Hello,
>> In order to create shared network StartIp/endIp/gateway/netmask are
>> required. I am looking at an old test case which creates shared
>> network without IP range
>> and deploys vm in it. It of course fails as IP range is required
>> while creating shared network.
>> Has anything related to shared network changed in recent times or
>> the test case is just invalid ?
>The steps of the test are as follows. If anyone has tested this
>scenario and/or know how this works, your input would help resolve the
>failure in automated tests:

I am not aware of the history (2.2.x releases) but current behaviour is
you can not create a network without IP range being specified. For now
mark this test as invalid or make expected behaviour is to fail network

Having said that, we can create network offering and network without any
network services (including DHCP, DNS). Without IPAM/DNS/DHCP services, IP
range for the network has no relevance to CloudStack. So, in my opinion
current behaviour is not right when network offering has no services,
unless there is a reason for such enforcement. Opened CLOUDSTACK-3474 for
further investigation.
>If not, I'll remove this test as invalid.
># 1. create a shared network using shared network offering but do not
>specify startIp/endIp arguments
># 2. create an account
># 3. deploy a VM in this account using the above network
># Validate the following
># 1. listNetworks should return the created network
># 2. listAccounts to return the created account
># 3. VM deployment should succeed and NIC is in networks address space
># 4. delete the account
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