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From "Ron Wheeler (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CLOUDSTACK-3026) 8.1.7. Configure the network bridges needs better introduction
Date Mon, 17 Jun 2013 14:13:20 GMT

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Ron Wheeler updated CLOUDSTACK-3026:
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    Description: 
Section 8.1.7. Configure the network bridges has a big note about reading it carefully but
it needs a small bit of amplification.

"In order to forward traffic to your instances you will need at least two bridges: public
and private." could have a sentence that describes why 2 bridges and what the difference between
public and private traffic or a reference to another part of the documentation where these
are discussed.

In section "8.1.7.1. Network example", it says
There are many ways to configure your network. In the Basic networking mode you should have
two (V)LAN's, one for your private network and one for the public network.
But then goes on to describe THREE VLANs not two.

It then goes on to say
"On VLAN 100 we give the Hypervisor the IP-Address 192.168.42.11/24 with the gateway 192.168.42.1
" without any discussion about why 192.168.42.x was chosen and how this relates to any existing
private networks that already exist.
A network diagram would be helpful if it showed how the author is supposing the physical machine
in attached to the Internet in his imaginary datacenter and how the VLANs fit in.

The configurations appear to be missing 
NM_CONTROLLED=no


The IP numbers used on this page seem to have no relation with the discussion about networking
in Section 11. This makes it difficult to relate the two discussions or use section 11 as
a reference to figure out how to customize the setup here in 8.1.7.
 

  was:
Section 8.1.7. Configure the network bridges has a big note about reading it carefully but
it needs a small bit of amplification.

"In order to forward traffic to your instances you will need at least two bridges: public
and private." could have a sentence that describes why 2 bridges and what the difference between
public and private traffic or a reference to another part of the documentation where these
are discussed.

In section "8.1.7.1. Network example", it says
There are many ways to configure your network. In the Basic networking mode you should have
two (V)LAN's, one for your private network and one for the public network.
But then goes on to describe THREE VLANs not two.

It then goes on to say
"On VLAN 100 we give the Hypervisor the IP-Address 192.168.42.11/24 with the gateway 192.168.42.1
" without any discussion about why 192.168.42.x was chosen and how this relates to any existing
private networks that already exist.
A network diagram would be helpful if it showed how the author is supposing the physical machine
in attached to the Internet in his imaginary datacenter and how the VLANs fit in.

 

    
> 8.1.7. Configure the network bridges needs better introduction
> --------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-3026
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-3026
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: Install and Setup
>    Affects Versions: 4.1.0
>         Environment: CentOS
>            Reporter: Ron Wheeler
>            Priority: Minor
>
> Section 8.1.7. Configure the network bridges has a big note about reading it carefully
but it needs a small bit of amplification.
> "In order to forward traffic to your instances you will need at least two bridges: public
and private." could have a sentence that describes why 2 bridges and what the difference between
public and private traffic or a reference to another part of the documentation where these
are discussed.
> In section "8.1.7.1. Network example", it says
> There are many ways to configure your network. In the Basic networking mode you should
have two (V)LAN's, one for your private network and one for the public network.
> But then goes on to describe THREE VLANs not two.
> It then goes on to say
> "On VLAN 100 we give the Hypervisor the IP-Address 192.168.42.11/24 with the gateway
192.168.42.1 " without any discussion about why 192.168.42.x was chosen and how this relates
to any existing private networks that already exist.
> A network diagram would be helpful if it showed how the author is supposing the physical
machine in attached to the Internet in his imaginary datacenter and how the VLANs fit in.
> The configurations appear to be missing 
> NM_CONTROLLED=no
> The IP numbers used on this page seem to have no relation with the discussion about networking
in Section 11. This makes it difficult to relate the two discussions or use section 11 as
a reference to figure out how to customize the setup here in 8.1.7.
>  

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