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From John Pletka <>
Subject Re: Can't add templates in cloudstack with advanced networking - No route to host
Date Fri, 24 Oct 2014 02:19:46 GMT
I had the same issue that took forever to resolve.  In the end it came down
1) Making sure your networks are labeled correctly on the compute hosts.
(XenServer for me.  run "xe list-networks" and make sure the correct xenbr0
or xenbr1 is named "cloud-public" or "cloud-private").  If they are not
labeled, there is an xe command to assign a label to them
2) In the management console go to Infrastructure / Zones /
PhysicalNetworksInBasicZone.  For the three listed (public, management,
storage), make sure you set the gateway to be "cloud-public" or
"cloud-private" as applicable
3) Destroy your two System VMs (secondary storage and console) and let them
recreate themselves
4) Log into the secondary storage using the instructions from,+templates,+Secondary+storage+troubleshooting
5) Run the health check (/usr/local/cloud/systemvm/
6) If it fails ...
     a) Run ifconfig and do a sanity check of the IP addresses
     b) Run "route -n" and do a sanity check of the routes

On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 2:32 AM, Asanka sanjaya Herath <>

> I used advanced  networking feature and installed cloudstack in my local
> computer using vagrant and virtulbox. This is my configuration[1].
> The default tiny linux template has been downloaded and I can add instances
> successfully using that template. When I register  a new template(using a
> web url) it says "No route to host". But by using basic networking feature
> I'm able to add new templates without having any issue. Could anyone please
> help me with this?
> [1]
> --
> Thanks,
> Regards,

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