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From Ahmad Emneina <aemne...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: need help with network setup
Date Fri, 31 May 2013 22:04:50 GMT
what you can do is setup a NAT rule and poke a hole in the firewall to
allow access to the vm's from the internet.


On Fri, May 31, 2013 at 1:55 PM, A S <darksister189@yahoo.de> wrote:

> As I hadn't subscribed before, I'm not sure, if this message did reach you.
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> Betreff:        need help with network setup
> Datum:  Fri, 31 May 2013 22:21:56 +0200
> Von:    A S <darksister189@yahoo.de>
> An:     users@cloudstack.apache.org
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> Hi,
> me and my group are trying to setup cloudstack as an project for
> university.
> We plan to use three physical servers for the cloud which are at the
> university.
> Only the one which is acting as the management server has direct accces
> to the internet.
> So he acts as a gateway for the other two machines.
> The three machines have private ips : 192.168.0.x
> The VMs should use private ips: 10.100.x.y
> For "public" Ips whe have 10.90.x.y. Only reachable via vpn to our
> university.
> We are struggling to find the right configuration for our network.
> We only want one zone, one pod and one cluster.
> But the basic setup manager in the tour of the web ui is not happy with
> a gateway with a 192.168.0.x address and and ip range with adresses from
> 10.100.x.y, for example.
> How can we solve this?
> And it seems like the cloudstack firewall prevents the first machine
> acting as a gateway for the other two machines, which don't have
> internet acces, so we can't access the machines via internet.
>
> Thank for your help!
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