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From Partha Goswami <par...@tulisoft.co.in>
Subject Re: systemVM network config question
Date Tue, 10 Mar 2015 11:53:52 GMT
see, exact problem I have faced with HyperV what i did, I created external
switch which contains public Ip address and one internal switch which
contain private, and need to make sure you can access internet from both
switch/bridge. Now in ZONES > Physcal Network I have defind the switch name
and from which the various trafic will pass. then you try to create ,
systemVM and see from Vm manager after creating you can ping google.com
password for SystemVM default is password
You can check using ping command
if everything is ok, then It will up and you can see agents status online
Hope this help

On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 5:16 PM, Daniel Kollmer <Daniel.Kollmer@tomtom.com>
wrote:

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> Hello all
>
> I am wondering how to properly do the network setup for the system VM
> because at this point it does not work.
>
> A short description of my setup:
>
> I have a network in which my hypervisor host primary nic exists
> 192.168.182.224/28
> I also have a network which I want to use for VM public addresses
> 192.168.183.128/27
> The cloudstack management server exists in a third network
> 192.168.183.65/28
>
> After completing the setup wizard the system VM now has the first free
> address in the guest public network i.e. 192.168.183.130 and on a
> second interface it got an address in the private host network i.e.
> 192.168.182.226
>
> I have set up two vlan tags without addresses on my hypervisor host.
> for the public network and the cloudstack management network. The
> hypervisor address itself (192.168.182.230) I left untagged because on
> my switch that is the native vlan. I also created cloudbr0 and
> cloudbr1 and linked those to the two VLANs
>
> Now if I log in to the secondary storage VM, I can not reach any
> network from there.
>
> I have the impression that something is missing from the bridge
> configuration, or maybe the routing table of the system VM is not
> right. With brctl I can see that the cloudbr01 and cloudrb1 are
> connected to some vnet interfaces, but none of those are assigned any IPs.
>
> I hope I explained it sufficiently.
>
> Can someone tell me what I am missing here?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> - --
>
> Daniel Kollmer | Sr. System Engineer - OTS |
> daniel.kollmer@tomtom.com | Phone: +31 20 75 75 084 | Mobile: +31
> (0)6 29 13 96 47
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