I think that in this regard, you can use my recently-posted "extnet"
Vdsm hook. You should manually create a libvirt NATed network on each
host and then add the "extnet" custom property to vNICs that you want to
be connected to it.

You may use another hook to automate the creation of that libvirt
network. If you provide more details on how you manually configure your
VPN, we may be able to help you write such a hook.

Thanks for your kind and quick answer.

Well i understand that you had to set priorities in development, however i really belive the total number of servers could use similar setups are  way bigger than setups having its own network infrastructure so i really believe this feature would be really needed.

doing that manually is something i could live with (even i would really live with at least for a while :)
so is there any documentation regarding the extnet hook? i was searching google up and down but couldnt really find something

about my setup - its pretty straight forward. i do not use libvirt bridge setup
instead i simply define on the hosts network/interfaces 3 interfaces

public IP/gateway etc

VPN interface to connect every phisical host to each other

internal subnet for VMs
br0 has a different subnet on ever host like
host 1 -
host 2 .
and so on

i let all those br0 subnet route so i can easily conenct from host 1 - vm1 on to another vm on host to like

every host is working then as a NAT and transparent firewall
so all IPs the host might have are bound to eth0 and i use ip tables for the NAT rules (incomming, outgoing ,... )

all VMs using local storage on each host, iam using image file instead of LVM to be a bit more flexible

so all i want is at least to be able to manually config that networking thing (of course automating woudl be supergreat)

however when i tested ovirt ealier this year i wasnt able to even get it to run in anyway so a bit more documentation or a hint would be great