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From Sebastien Goasguen <run...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Setting up private cloud
Date Sun, 24 Feb 2013 14:08:48 GMT

On Feb 22, 2013, at 1:21 AM, Sunilreddy Kovvuri <sunil570.cse@gmail.com> wrote:

> Background:
> - We are using cloudstack 4.0 for our POC activities.
> - Configuration details are as below:
>    - Ubuntu 12.04 with 1 NIC card(eth0) and wifi(wlan0)
>    - Router/switch:No

How many machines do you have on your setup ?
How are they connected and can they access the internet ?

> 
> - One of the use-case that we are trying to accomplish is to provision
> virtual machines from our private cloud.
> 
> Issue:
> - As we do not want to use a dedicated router, we would like to use the
> same cloudstack server as router (i.e. DHCP server run by cloudstack should
> communicate with this router for private IPs).
> - We would like to nat the network traffic from public ip on to private ip
> such that vm instances will only have ip which is from private network.
> - Another reason why we want to go this route is, we have a very limited
> number of public IPs.
> 
> The issue is, we are unable to get this kind of a setup implemented.
> 
> Options we tried so far:
> 
> - Setting up a gateway on a different machine which can serve private IPs
> - Using the above gateway for cloudstack server and agent
>    - Reconfigured the Zones and Guest Network in cloudstack UI to point to
> the new gateway
> - Restarted the cloudstack server and attempting to launch consoles throws
> up the error - "Server not found" and the log shows - "Found 0 routers"
> 
> Any inputs on how we can fix this issue?

I presume you have the mgt server running, and you were able to create a zone ?
I also presume you created a basic zone ?
Are your systemvms running ?
Is the virtual router running ?


> 
> Will realhostip.com will look for the public network for internet access?


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