marek.ruzicka at t-systems
Aug 20, 2012, 11:27 PM
Post #4 of 4
Yes it is possible. We are running 2 different public subnets on 2 different vlan interfaces.
Did you try something like:
nova-manage floating create --ip_range=<range> --pool=<pool name> --interface=<inerface name>
Hopefully I have it right, not at the computer atm... Let me know if it is working for you. If not, I'll crosscheck it.
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On 20.8.2012, at 18:47, "Juris" <juris [at] zee> wrote:
> Greetings everyone,
> Just a quick question.
> Is it possible to assign floating IPs to multiple nova node interfaces?
> For instance if I have a server with 4 NICs and I'd like to use NIC1
> for private network, NIC2 for data and management, NIC3 for one of my
> public IP subnets and NIC4 for another public IP subnet?
> Best wishes,
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