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From Vivek Sampara <ravensnowb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re : What would be a suitable pod/zone imcp/router configuration for this situation ? [ Plain Text ]
Date Thu, 24 Apr 2014 07:30:32 GMT
Hi guys,

Im not sure if the previous mail got through as it guidelines say, i
should resend it in plain text, so i am sending this again.

We've tried 3 Different types of cloudstack installations . 1. Basic
.2 Advanced without security Groups , 3. Advanced with security group
chekbox but in all these settings , we couldn't access the VMS.
Sometimes we could ping them but just cannot SSH. Although we were
able to SSH from the Cloudstack server using the same IP.

Here is what we trying to implement. I've attached the image of my
work place. We are just trying to access the VMS Created by cloudstack
from my laptop , dev machine 1 and dev machine 2.

I left zone's guest cidr as 10.1.1.0/24
CloudStack management server (csman1) running on CentOS 6.5: 192.168.1.149
The storage server (nas1): 192.168.44.2 ( 192.168.1.149 )
The CentOS 6.5 KVM hypervisor (kvm1): ( 192.168.1.149 )
The default gateway for the management network: 192.168.44.254 ( 192.168.1.1 )
The default gateway for the public network: 192.168.65.254 ( 192.168.1.1 )
Management IP range dedicated to System VM communication:  (
192.168.1.150 ) to ( 192.168.1.170 ) - POD RANGE
Public IP range dedicated to CloudStack use: ( 192.168.1.180 ) to (
192.168.1.200 ) Public Network

My Laptop IP : 101,
Dev Machine 1 IP : 102
Dev Machine 2 IP : 103

We kept trying suggestions from different blogs for over 79 times.
Including OS re installation, Cloudstack reinstallation, Changing KVM
from acton-systemvm-02062012.qcow2.bz2 and
systemvm64template-2014-01-14-master-kvm.qcow2.bz2 .

Any Help ?

Thanks

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