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From "(IMIS) Enzo Bettini" <>
Subject Re: Testing Guest network
Date Thu, 28 Apr 2016 11:18:47 GMT

In case someone else has the same or similar issue.
We found (with Glenn's assistance) that the bridge interface for the 
guest network was not being brought up automatically.

We are waiting for more information as to why this is happening.


On 27/04/2016 20:44, (IMIS) Enzo Bettini wrote:
> Hi,
> We currently have CloudStack 4.8 installed on 12 CentOS 7.2 servers.
> 1 of these servers is being used as the management server.
> We have been able to get the SSVM, CPVM and VR up and running, 
> however, when a VM is created it does not have access to the given 
> gateway (VR).
> Is there a way to test that the guest network is sending packets 
> correctly across the network?
> I have manually created a VLAN on each server to ensure VLANs are 
> working on the network, though I am unsure of whether or not the CS 
> created VLAN interfaces are working correctly.
> Any advice would be great and let me know if you need further 
> information.
> Regards,
> Enzo

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