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From Saksham Srivastava <>
Subject RE: Active IP's in the reserved range
Date Tue, 23 Sep 2014 04:12:15 GMT
Check you nics table for the IP.
It could be used by any Guest VM or VR/RVR.  SSVM and CPVM won't have a nic in guest network.
You could consider using persistent network offering to create your network. Then the need
to deploy a user vm to bring the network to implemented state will be eliminated.


-----Original Message-----
From: Matthew Midgett [] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 3:56 AM
Subject: RE: Active IP's in the reserved range

Disable your zone and destroy the 2 console, ssvm, and the router if you have spun any vms
up. These system vm must be using those ip's

Sent on a Sprint Samsung Galaxy S® III

<div>-------- Original message --------</div><div>From: Derek Cole <>
</div><div>Date:09/22/2014  4:32 PM  (GMT-05:00) </div><div>To:
</div><div>Subject: Active IP's in the reserved range </div><div>

I originally set up a guest network as

I wanted to change that CIDR to to allow for some static IPs for me to use, as
is mentioned here:

When I try to make this change, I get the following in a popup:

Active IPs like exist outside the Guest VM CIDR. Cannot apply reservation

What is my problem here? I don't have any active VMs in my cloudstack install except for the
system vm's at the moment - so I have no idea where is.

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