OpenStack Network Management with Neutron

OpenStack Network Management with Neutron In Openstack, the component which handles networking services for other modules is called Neutron. It is responsible for defining networks, IP assignment, subnet management, Vlans tags, etc. For more information about Neutron, please refer to OpenStack’s official documentation at: https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Neutron Notes: Before you can start using Neutron, make sure the […]

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Configure a floating IP between multiple instances with Neutron

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=192.170.156.162 | | 0bde5aff-c573-451a-9bb2-f9f38a3b187f | test2.u1404.arahal | ACTIVE | –          […]

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Adding additional IPs to a VM

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 […]

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Installing the OpenStack Command Line Interface (CLI) Tools

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 […]

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