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From Andrija Panic <andrija.pa...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Public LAN inside CS
Date Tue, 22 Oct 2013 18:20:02 GMT
Or to post question other way:

The only way to make public IP addresses available to VMs directly (call it
VPS style) (without VR), is using "guest network (bind it to ethX/bridgeX
that has direct internet access) and create shared network offer... as I
already done ?




On 22 October 2013 18:09, Andrija Panic <andrija.panic@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have one question on "public network", used in Advance networking
> scenario.
>
> As I understood from documentation, "Public network" is only used by
> system VMs, and assigned to the public interface on VR(s).
> What is recommended way if I want public IP address to be assigned to some
> user VMs? I'm not deploying VR for customer VMs, just kind of "VPS" VM...
>
> I have done the folowing, and wonder if this is good/correct method - it
> is working fine for now.
>
> In order to have public IPs assigned to single VM - I had to use another
> guest network with vlan tagged packets (so, I have one guest network, with
> vlans 40-50 on eth0 for private IP range communication between VMs (each
> account get it's own vlan ID from range 40-60), and I HAD to have vlan 500
> on eth1, on HOST.
>
> Then I deployed new Shared Network inside CS UI, with vlan 500 (that can
> be assigned to all acount VMs, in order to have public IP and direct
> internet access), and CS created bridge cloudVrBb500, and joing eth1.500 to
> that network...
>
> So, any other solution to have normal VMs get public IP address from
> public IP range without using vlans for that guest network ???
>
> Thanks,
> --
>
> Andrija Panić
>
>


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