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From Jane Wayne <>
Subject network configurations for zone, pod, and host on management server client app
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2012 16:19:01 GMT
i have installed CloudStack v3.0.2 on Ubuntu 10.04 Server following
the CloudStack 3.0 Quick Installation Guide. i am learning the system
and how to install/configure CloudStack, and so i have installed
CloudStack + Ubuntu on a virtual machine--which the guide says is
allowed. i have installed CloudStack + Ubuntu on VMWare Workstation
8.0.3 with the Network Adapter set to NAT.

in following the guide, i am now stuck on network configurations for
defining a zone, pod, and host when i log into the client webapp for
the management server (e.g. http://192.168.179:8080/client).

my ISP router has DHCP enabled and to assign IP addresses in the range
of 192.168.0.x (subnet mask of so all my physical
computers have a 192.168.0.x IP addresses. however, VMWare Workstation
has assigned my CloudStack + Ubuntu VM with an IP address of (probably because i'm using NAT). my XenServer
computer has an IP of

just to experiment, i entered the following information for the zone,
pod, and guest. when i click on finish, it complains about overlapping
IPs. i think i am missing something fundamental conceptually here.
could someone help me clarify what these parameter values should be
given my particular situation?

1. name: zone0
2. dns1:
3. internal dns1:

1. name: pod0
2. gateway:
3. netmask:
4. ip range: to

1. gateway:
2. netmask:
3. ip range: to


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