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On 09/28/2013 02:47 PM, riccardo.brunetti(a)dnshosting.it wrote:
> Dear all.
> Please, does anybody have some suggestions? I'm getting stuck with this
Since this feature has been targeted as tech preview, such issues are unfortunately
happening as the current integration didn't count for L3 services yet.
> Thank you very much
> On 2013-09-27 14:09, Riccardo Brunetti wrote:
>> Dear oVirt users.
>> I'm trying to setup oVirt 3.3 using an OpenStack Neutron existing
>> service as network provider.
>> It works pretty well: I can use the networks defined in Neutron, import
>> them and when I launch VM instances from oVirt they get an internal-IP
>> address from Neutron.
>> A can also associate a floating IP to the Neutron port and get inbound
>> connectivity for the virtual machine.
>> The problem is that if I shutdown the VM (both from inside the VM itself
>> and from the oVirt WEB GUI) the association port/internal-IP/floating-IP
>> is lost and when the VM is booted again It will get a different
>> internal-IP on a different port and I have to manually re-associate the
It seems like we are currently creating a port on VM start and deleting
the port on VM stop, which causes the behavior you described.
Yes this is the initial design of the feature. Since it didn't account for
L3 services, there is this side effect.
>> Is there a way to keep the IP addresses when the VM is simply shutted
>> down and not deleted? This is the behavior when using OpenStack: if I
>> poweroff the VM, the IPs are kept for the future.
There should be a way, would you mind reporting a bug on that?
In addition, do you mind trying to use static IPs inside the VMs and not DHCP
that is provided by neutron, and see if this would help?
>> Moreover: can you confirm that in oVirt 3.3 there is still no support
>> for the Neutron security rules?
Unfortunately we did not get to handle that yet, but we are looking at
that as part of extending the integration.
>> Thank you very much
>> Best Regards
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