Tacker and private networks in Openstack

Asked by Damir Besic on 2017-02-27

Hello,

I'm running an all in one node, with Openstack newton and tacker installed.

I'm deploying a VNF inside OST, which creates several VM's, together with several private networks.

My questions are:

1) How do i, using tacker, create a router in between and possibly assign a floating IP to one of the VM's?

2) If i set up monitoring on one of the VM's, how does Tacker server ping the machine, if the private subnet isn't visible from the host machine? ( lets say, the VNF is a small bubble that does things inside it's private network, with no need for a public network)

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2017-02-28
yong sheng gong (gongysh) said : #1

1) https://bugs.launchpad.net/tacker/+bug/1537636
2) we are pinging the VDU's management nic:
    CP1:
      type: tosca.nodes.nfv.CP.Tacker
      properties:
        management: true

Damir Besic (dbesic) said : #2

Yes, but if i don't put a router in between, then the CP1 is connected to a private subnet which i can't see from my host (not directly anyway)

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