[lxc-users] OpenStack instances can't access LAN or internet when using LXD
paul.hummer at canonical.com
Mon May 30 19:38:49 UTC 2016
Chuck landed a patch recently in the master branch of nova-lxd with some
extra default configuration options in devstack related to neutron. It can
be found here:
Are you using similar configuration options?
On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 11:48 AM, Muneeb Ahmad <muneeb.gandapur at gmail.com>
> Hi Paul,
> Thank you for your response. Yes I'm using the devstack method. I'm using
> the default services along with neutron. No Ping response between host
> network and OpenStack router external gateway. LXD works perfectly fine
> On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 8:02 PM, Paul Hummer <paul.hummer at canonical.com>
>> Hi Muneeb-
>> On Mon, May 30, 2016 at 6:20 AM, Muneeb Ahmad <muneeb.gandapur at gmail.com>
>>> I have installed OpenStack Mitaka (all in one) in ubuntu 16.04. I'm
>>> using LXD as a hypervisor using nova-lxd. Everything is working fine, I can
>>> login to dashboard, launch instances successfully. I assigned floating IPs
>>> to them too and 'nova list' shows they are assigned to the instances. 'lxc
>>> list' shows only private ip assigned. The problem is I can't access
>>> internet or even the LAN while inside that instance. Any help?
>> I've seen similar issues with devstack currently, and we're looking to
>> address them. Is that how you're installing OpenStack? If not, we may need
>> to dig a little deeper into your configuration. How did you install
>> OpenStack? How did you configure LXD as the hypervisor? What OpenStack
>> services are you using?
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