[Users] Adding a VLAN tagged network

Itamar Heim iheim at redhat.com
Thu May 17 22:56:21 UTC 2012

On 05/17/2012 03:52 PM, Ewan Mac Mahon wrote:
> Hi,
> I've got a development oVirt system with four machines, one NFS storage,
> one engine, and two oVirt Node hosting boxes. All the machines have an
> ethernet interface with an IP on the 'real' network/subnet that they
> live on, and there's a private network linking second ethernet ports on
> the nodes and the NFS box that all the storage traffic goes over.
> I can run guests with IP addresses on the same 'real' network as the
> hosts, but now I want to add a second VLAN tagged network, but using the
> same physical interfaces, i.e. so that untagged packets on eth7 go to
> the ovirtmgmt network (as they do now) and tagged ones go to a new oVirt
> logical network. I can create the logical network through the web
> interface, but when I try to assign it to a node's ethernet interface it
> configures the VLAN interface correctly and creates the new bridge for
> the logical network, but it also removes the ovirtmgmt network from the
> untagged version of the interface with predictably bad results (this has
> mostly been diagnosed via a shell on the local console).
> Is there any way to make this work, or do I need to isolate the
> ovirtmgmt network onto a physically separate port, rather than just by
> means of VLAN?

something like this?

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