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From Paul Angus <>
Subject RE: Cloudstack 4.0.1 with VCenter 5.1
Date Thu, 17 Jan 2013 08:26:34 GMT
Hi Jerry,

Guest and management networks can (and should) be connected to different interfaces in a basic
zone and by extension they then can be on different VLANs within your network.  However basic
networks don't do tagged VLANs so your VLANs would need to be created as access ports on your

Have a look at a recent blog on physical networking in CloudStack


Paul Angus
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-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry Jiang []
Sent: 17 January 2013 01:22
Subject: 答复: Cloudstack 4.0.1 with VCenter 5.1

I met same issue regarding deployment of CS with vlan.

Jerry jiang

发件人: Yiting Wu []
发送时间: 2013年1月16日 星期三 11:34
主题: Cloudstack 4.0.1 with VCenter 5.1

I got some trouble install cloudStack 4.0.1 with VCenter 5.1.

But could not find detail documentation about it yet.

Problems as below:
Our esxi are in vlan 55(Management Network), and Guest network in vlan 83.

 I've tried Basic network Zone, 2 system vms can be setuped with console available, but can't
deploy vm. Later I found there is statement in doc "Guest and host should in the same vlan
for basic zone".

so I try to deploy with Advance Network Zone, this time, it's even tricky.
system vm could not setup...

If there anyone can provide a detail tutorial about how to setup VCenter with CloudStack with



Yiting, Wu

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