OpenStack Volume Management with Cinder OpenStack-Cinder is responsible for the block storage service of OpenStack. In other words, it manages the Volumes represented in the OpenStack infrastructure. It is equivalent to the Volume Management section of the Horizon dashboard. See OpenStack’s documentation for more details: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Cinder Notes: Before you can start working with Cinder, you […]
Follow these steps to configure a floating IP address between instances: 1)List your existing VMs: # nova list +————————————–+——————–+——–+————+————-+————————————+ | ID | Name | Status | Task State | Power State | Networks | +————————————–+——————–+——–+————+————-+————————————+ | 8acf9bce-7cb6-4d7c-8000-462fe2c8320d | test1.u1404.arahal | ACTIVE | – | Running | inap-16182-WAN2526=18.104.22.168 | | 0bde5aff-c573-451a-9bb2-f9f38a3b187f | test2.u1404.arahal | ACTIVE | – […]
This article will show you how to create your credentials in order to work with our OpenStack API, either trough the Horizon dashboard, or the command line tools. Before getting started with OpenStack, you will need to generate your token which will allow you to authenticate yourself to the API. Here is how you can […]
You will need to add a static route on the instances you want to route. The route should be with the following format: “ip route add <remote_subnet> dev <LAN_network_adapter>” Example: ip route add 172.16.0.0/16 dev eth1
You may use ‘ALT-#’ to perform the F’s command accordingly within the console.
OpenStack/Neutron represents netword entities, making it necessary to add the IP address to a network port. A maximum of five IPs can be assigned to a single port in Neutron. First, list the existing ports: (click to expand) If the chosen IP address is from the same subnet as the initial IP address, then you already have all […]
This article assumes you already have an account at Internap, have logged into the customer portal, and obtained your API credentials. This procedure will demonstrate how to install the OpenStack Command Line Interface (CLI) Tools. Using the OpenStack CLI (command-line interface) tools to manage resources in Next-Generation AgileCLOUD is one alternative to using the web-based […]