How to Configure OpenStack Network to Enable Access to OpenStack Instances

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Matei Cezar

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6 Responses

  1. Sarang Kher says:

    You are a superstar, long live tecmint.

  2. Rahul Joshi says:

    Hello Matei,

    You are awesome..

    I have one query. Can we create multiple routers & multiple networks (Priv/Pub) on the above same setup.

    Like Priv1 Pub1 & Priv2 Pub2
    Public network range is our local subnets/ vlans .

    Any idea??
    Appreciate your efforts in above tutorial.


  3. Matei Cezar says:

    Investigate your logs (mysql, keystone, glance) maybe there’s a clue on what might went wrong and post a topic on openstack specialized forums. Also, try a system reboot.

  4. brnf says:

    At the end of step 3.3 I lost access to the dashboard. I got the following message on the browser: “Unable to establish connection to keystone endpoint.” I’ve double checked interfaces config, and it seems right. Can you share any ideas to what might be wrong? Thanks! Keep up the good work!

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