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From Glenn Wagner <>
Subject RE: Network configuration for VM without public IPs
Date Mon, 25 Jan 2016 08:30:59 GMT

If you look at the details of the VM running , has the vm be allocated a private ip address?
Have you setup the firewall rules inside cloudstack to allow for the VM's to talk to each
other or the ip's of the real clients and servers?


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-----Original Message-----
From: Mario Giammarco []
Sent: Monday, 25 January 2016 12:07 AM
Subject: Network configuration for VM without public IPs

I have a private network I have no public ips.
I have guest and public network configured as 10.3.6.x and 10.3.5.x.
I am using advanced zone networking.
I have my router that does nat on and

My vm get an address in the range 10.3.6.x and I see that ip is assigned but not
by me. I assume it is a system VM for firewall.

I would like to simply have my vm communicate with other real client and servers on my private
The first thing you usually do on non-cloud virtualization systems.

How can I do it with cloudstack?

Thanks in advance,

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