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From Vivek Kumar <>
Subject Re: VMs problem
Date Tue, 21 Jan 2020 13:18:58 GMT
How many hosts do you have ? is your VR on same host or different host ? If your VR is on different
host and your VM is on different then it must be having some issue with guest VLAN ( you need
to pass all the guest VLAN on the switch side).  Just try to migrate the router on the same
host where your VM is running and then try to restart the network services of VM.

Vivek Kumar
Manager - Cloud & DevOps 
IndiQus Technologies
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> On 21-Jan-2020, at 3:44 PM, Philippe Luneau <> wrote:
> I have a problem when my Vms starts it cannot take an IP address

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