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From "Jessica Wang (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Assigned] (CLOUDSTACK-3464) [UI] [VPC] Associated network name displayed against Public IP acquired in a VPC is incorrect
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2013 18:32:47 GMT


Jessica Wang reassigned CLOUDSTACK-3464:

    Assignee: Sowmya Krishnan  (was: Jessica Wang)


No, I'm unable to reproduce this in my environment.

Please provide database dump, username/password(if log in as regular user).

> [UI] [VPC] Associated network name displayed against Public IP acquired in a VPC is incorrect
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-3464
>                 URL:
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: UI
>    Affects Versions: 4.2.0
>         Environment: 4.2 branch
>            Reporter: Sowmya Krishnan
>            Assignee: Sowmya Krishnan
>             Fix For: 4.2.0
>         Attachments: CLOUDSTACK-3464.png
> Create a VPC and few network tiers in the VPC. Acquire Public IP and associate each public
IP with a different network. One for LB, another for static NAT and so on.
> Click on Public IP address -> The associated network name is incorrect although the
network id is correct. API response is correct but UI maps the network name incorrectly.
> Steps:
> ====
> Create VPC 
> Create multiple network tiers - one with LB and rest without LB
> Acquire Public IP
> Create an LB rule in first tier. 
> Create Static NAT rule with another IP in second tier
> Click on VPC -> Router -> Public IP Addresses -> Choose each IP.
> Network name displayed is always the first tier
> Firebug log:
> { "listpublicipaddressesresponse" : { "count":1 ,"publicipaddress" : [  {"id":"163bf336-01e0-4e13-8e7f-eae520024faa","ipaddress":"","allocated":"2013-07-11T14:12:52+0530","zoneid":"2e15553c-0639-4304-823c-363354987b46","zonename":"BLR","issourcenat":false,"account":"admin","domainid":"9468b79e-e93e-11e2-b5cd-ca9c098803af","domain":"ROOT","forvirtualnetwork":true,"vlanid":"1e469cc6-19a8-48c5-ac84-97aaad5ecf66","vlanname":"100","isstaticnat":true,"issystem":false,"virtualmachineid":"22b1f160-04d8-424d-9640-a56d36692ce3","vmipaddress":"","virtualmachinename":"22b1f160-04d8-424d-9640-a56d36692ce3","virtualmachinedisplayname":"22b1f160-04d8-424d-9640-a56d36692ce3","associatednetworkid":"9bf72281-07fc-4f6e-bb02-5d99d9c6ec2e","associatednetworkname":"T3","networkid":"d323610b-3e2f-47a0-8c99-243d6e20d7d2","state":"Allocated","physicalnetworkid":"092fce46-5884-4c20-a286-28535caf6779","vpcid":"4820f7fc-528c-464f-9582-fa1be18c2ac4","tags":[],"isportable":false}
] } }
> As per response above, associatednetworkname":"T3", but in UI, T1 is displayed instead
for all IPs. Network id displayed is correct.

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