Could you explain further why does the host need to do any routing?
Assaf Muller, Cloud Networking Engineer
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dan Kenigsberg" <danken(a)redhat.com>
To: "Peter Styk" <polfilm(a)gmail.com>, amuller(a)redhat.com
Sent: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 1:23:54 PM
Subject: Re: [Users] Networking. Hosted Setup. All in One Host. Hetzner
On Thu, Jan 16, 2014 at 11:51:25PM +0000, Peter Styk wrote:
I'm writing here as to share some of my findings about hosting with
Hetzner. All in one setups on single remote host can be tricky. Provider
mounted an extra /29 subnet to the main host but none is routed by default
and host has to become router itself. At the same time single mistake in
bridging configuration and lost access results in need for re-bootstrap.
It's still tempting to try and with many trials I eventually got to see
guests talking to the net.
Scenario 1: Working. Package bridge-utils, oVirt engine, setup bridge,
VDSM, add host to engine, add routing to host routing table. Networking by
trial and error. Still something is not right. Occasionally on ping out I'm
getting "Redirect Host (New nexthop" messages.
Unfortunately, I fail to understand what can be hampering your routing
there. Assaf, do you have a guess?
Which version of ovirt have you been using? Now, with source-routing
implemented into ovirt-3.3, there is a danger in setting your own
content into route-<netname>, as it would be overwritten if <netname> is
reconfigured via Engine.
Scenario 2: Dreaming. Private network with private router/dhcp/nat. Private
10.0.0.0/24 network. No problems with routing as gateway 10.0.0.1 would be
on the same subnet. Thought of using pfSense but can't seem to bring up an
instance with two network cards on two different networks. I thought this
would be easy.
Go to Networks, click create new network, type private, save
ok. then go to new instance. point at iso, attach two network cards. save
ok. Launch "Host did not satisfy internal filter Network" No idea what that
is. Maybe I don't understand how this works.
I do not understand where having an instance with two nics fail. Is the
"Host did not satisfy internal filter Network" message coming from
Hetzner management, or oVirt's?
I even tried removing
ovirtmgmt network and leaving private network by itself. Tried with all 3
network card types (rtl8139/e1000/VirtIO)
Could you explain how you configured your provate network? In my
experience, your easiest option is to define a dummy interface
ip link add name dummy_private type dummy
and set up a normal oVirt network on top of it, as if it were a true
Either way if you have a minute or two please take a look at both attached
diagrams. Deliberately making it difficult by forcing all elements on
single box in hosted environment.
Maybe there is a way to have this all installed with Neutron or vSwitch on
the same box or is that pushing it?