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From Chiradeep Vittal <Chiradeep.Vit...@citrix.com>
Subject Re: Remote Cloudstack Management Server and public IPs
Date Wed, 20 Feb 2013 00:54:15 GMT
Not familiar with OVH, but in general 'advanced' networking in CS is
challenging without VLANs. Do you have VLANs available?

What do you plan on using your CS for? I'd say there's a minimum of 3
"public ip" needed (assuming you are using advanced networking): 1 each
for the system vms and 1 for the virtual router.

Assuming you have VLANs (let's say the range is 100-200), you could use
one VLAN for the public ips. These 'public ips' can be non-RFC1918
addresses by the way.


On 2/19/13 1:33 AM, "Adrien Montfort" <adrien.montfort@gmail.com> wrote:

>Hello,
>Please pardon me if my question seems stupid or trivial but I am very new
>to cloudstack and cloud computing in general. I am not the best at
>networking as well.
>
>I have two servers hosted by OVH (that are not in a VLAN).
>On one of them (ESX), I've a VM on which I've installed the Cloudstack
>Management server. This VM has a public IP.
>On the other server I've installed OVH Xenserver distribution (XenServer
>release 5.6.100-46766p (xenenterprise) - based on Red Hat 4.1.2-48)
>I've currently no CIDR block routed to this server. Only one public IP.
>As this will be the first host in my zone, it will host the two system VM
>(storage and proxy).
>
>So my question is: is this even possible with only one public IP routed to
>my Xenserver host? Is there something I can do to workaround this? I've
>installed a VPN server on my Cloudstack Management Server but I don't
>really see how it can help... Can it?
>My guess is that I *need *more IP address but I really need to be sure.
>
>Thanks a lot for you help.
>Cheers,
>
>Adrien


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