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From Mike C <mcrosson_cloudst...@nusku.net>
Subject Re: 4.3 -> 4.5 breaks networking
Date Fri, 05 Jun 2015 15:41:29 GMT
On 2015-06-04 00:37, Sanjeev N wrote:
> If VR and VM on the same host works fine, then some vlan configuration 
> is
> missing on the switch connecting both the hosts. Make sure you have
> configured the switch ports as tagged and allow all the vlans being 
> used
> for guest and public networks.
Everything was working under 4.3 and I've been able to manually setup 
vlan's and transmit data between hosts.

On 2015-06-03 21:08, ilya wrote:
> Mike
> 
> We are missing context of your lab setup.
> 
> Perhaps TCP dump can help with debugging?
I'll see if I can grab a TCP dump soon. I've included my overall config 
below if it might help.

===
= Zone Network/VLAN Setup
===
Physical Network
   CloudStack
     Public: vlan, ip ranges in 172.16.17.0/24 and vlan://untagged ; 
cloudbr0 as adapter
     Guest: ip range 172.16.18.0/24 and vlans 1201 - 1225 ; cloudbr1 as 
adapter
   Management
     ip's in range 172.16.16.0/24
     mgmtbr0 as adapter

===
= Source network cconfig
===
Management: mgmbr0 -> eth0 -> multiple ip's specified, each in 
172.16.16.0/24 range
cloudbr0: bond0.1100 -> p1p1 p1p2 -> no ip address specified
cloudbr1: bond0.1200 -> p1p1 p1p2 -> no ip address specified
bond0: mode balance-alb -> no ip address specified


===
= Destination network config
===
Management: mgmtbr0 -> eth1 -> one ip specified in 172.16.16.0/24 range
cloudbr0: eth0.1100 -> no ip address specified
cloudbr1: eth0.1200 -> no ip address specified

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