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From Philippe Luneau <man3d109.hotm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Need help setting up CloudStack 4.13
Date Thu, 16 Jan 2020 10:06:01 GMT
PLease help

On 2020/01/15 07:14:42, Philippe Luneau <man3d109.hotmail@gmail.com> wrote: 
> Hello,
> 
> I'm installing a cloudstack 4.13 infrastructure, but I'm just getting started.
> 
> In my infrastructure, I have 2 HP Proliant DL360p gen8 servers to create 2 managers (Manager
1, Manager 2), 1 HP Proliant DL360p gen 8 server for the database and an HP StoreEasy 1830
storage server for the main storage and secondary on a volume in Raid 5.
> 
> I created my first zone in Advanced network with a Pod and a cluster in which I put 4
hosts.
> 
> My host machines have IP addresses ranging from 192.168.10.101 to 192.168.10.130
> When creating my zone in Network Advanced, I reserved like this:
> - VM Public 192.168.10.200 up to 230
> - Pod from 192.168.10.151 to 170
> - VLAN range 100 to 299
> - my gateway is 192.168.10.1
> 
> If I have an L2 Guest Network, I manage to create my VMs but they do not have an IP address.
> 
> If I create a Guest network I cannot create Vms or any other networks.
> How can I do in Cloudstack so that my virtual machines have an IP address ranging from
192.168.10.200 to 192.168.10.230 with a gateway 192.168.10.1?
> 
> And then I would like to be able to access my Vms from outside my local network.
> 
> I need help, thanks in advance.
> 

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