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From Partha Goswami <par...@tulisoft.co.in>
Subject Re: systemVM network config question
Date Tue, 10 Mar 2015 11:54:51 GMT
Also try disabling VLAN tagging, just normally.

On Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 5:23 PM, Partha Goswami <partha@tulisoft.co.in>
wrote:

> 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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