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From "Andrija Panic (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (CLOUDSTACK-6801) Public IP not assigned to eth1 on VR in VPC
Date Fri, 30 May 2014 17:37:02 GMT

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Andrija Panic edited comment on CLOUDSTACK-6801 at 5/30/14 5:36 PM:
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This is bug present while using untagged vlan for Public IP network - issue is (temporarily?)
respolved by replacing "untagged" with "vlan://untagged" inside vlan database, vlan_id field.

Verified on DEV mailing list together with Joris van Lieshout, Daan, Marcus,etc.

Marcus explanation:
" In 4.3, some changes were made to
BroadcastDomainType, to standardize Broadcast URIs to prepend vlan://. The
issue is that your IpAssocVpcCommand doesn't use this new format for the
broadcastUri it passes, so it fails to map the plugged device into the
broadcastUriToNicNum map, resulting in ethnull."


was (Author: andrija):
This is bug present wjile to using untagged vlan for Public IP network - issue is (temporarily?)
respolved by replacing "untagged" with "vlan://untagged" inside vlan database, vlan_id field.

Verified on DEV mailing list together with Joris van Lieshout, Daan, Marcus,etc.

Marcus explanation:
" In 4.3, some changes were made to
BroadcastDomainType, to standardize Broadcast URIs to prepend vlan://. The
issue is that your IpAssocVpcCommand doesn't use this new format for the
broadcastUri it passes, so it fails to map the plugged device into the
broadcastUriToNicNum map, resulting in ethnull."

> Public IP not assigned to eth1 on VR in VPC
> -------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLOUDSTACK-6801
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLOUDSTACK-6801
>             Project: CloudStack
>          Issue Type: Bug
>      Security Level: Public(Anyone can view this level - this is the default.) 
>          Components: Virtual Router
>    Affects Versions: 4.3.0
>         Environment: CentOS, KVM.
>            Reporter: Andrija Panic
>            Priority: Blocker
>              Labels: publicip, virtualrouter, vpc
>
> Hi,
> after upgrade from 4.2.1 to 4.3.0, Public IP on eth1 is missing on VR when creating new
(and on existing) VPCs, although eth1 seems present per /proc/net/dev.
> Mangement logs are fine, eth1 plugged in correct bridge, etc.
> Manually adding IP on eth1 and starting eth1 does work.
> From /var/log/messages inside VR:
> May 28 18:27:36 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
0 seconds
> May 28 18:27:37 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
1 seconds
> May 28 18:27:38 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
2 seconds
> May 28 18:27:39 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
3 seconds
> May 28 18:27:40 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
4 seconds
> May 28 18:27:41 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
5 seconds
> May 28 18:27:42 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
6 seconds
> May 28 18:27:43 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
7 seconds
> May 28 18:27:44 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
8 seconds
> May 28 18:27:45 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
9 seconds
> May 28 18:27:46 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
10 seconds
> May 28 18:27:47 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
11 seconds
> May 28 18:27:48 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
12 seconds
> May 28 18:27:49 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
13 seconds
> May 28 18:27:50 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
14 seconds
> May 28 18:27:51 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
15 seconds
> May 28 18:27:52 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Waiting for interface ethnull to appear,
16 seconds
> May 28 18:27:53 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:interface ethnull never appeared
> May 28 18:27:53 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Adding ip 46.232.x.246 on interface ethnull
> May 28 18:27:53 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_ipassoc.sh:Add routing 46.232.x.246 on interface
ethnull
> May 28 18:27:53 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_privateGateway.sh:Added SourceNAT 46.232.x.246 on
interface ethnull
> May 28 18:27:53 r-799-VM cloud: vpc_snat.sh:Added SourceNAT 46.232.x.246 on interface
eth1
> May 28 18:27:54 r-799-VM cloud:  vpc_guestnw.sh: Create network on interface eth2,  gateway
10.0.1.1, network 10.0.1.1/24
> May 28 18:27:59 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up apache web server for eth2
> May 28 18:27:59 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up password service for network 10.0.1.1/24,
eth eth2
> May 28 18:27:59 r-799-VM cloud:  vpc_guestnw.sh: Create network on interface eth3,  gateway
10.0.3.1, network 10.0.3.1/24
> May 28 18:28:04 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up apache web server for eth3
> May 28 18:28:06 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up password service for network 10.0.3.1/24,
eth eth3
> May 28 18:28:06 r-799-VM cloud:  vpc_guestnw.sh: Create network on interface eth4,  gateway
10.0.4.1, network 10.0.4.1/24
> May 28 18:28:11 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up apache web server for eth4
> May 28 18:28:12 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up password service for network 10.0.4.1/24,
eth eth4
> May 28 18:28:13 r-799-VM cloud:  vpc_guestnw.sh: Create network on interface eth5,  gateway
10.0.6.1, network 10.0.6.1/24
> May 28 18:28:18 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up apache web server for eth5
> May 28 18:28:19 r-799-VM cloud: Setting up password service for network 10.0.6.1/24,
eth eth5
> Nothing else usefull in other logs...



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