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From Luis <>
Subject Re: CloudStack with advance networking
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2017 12:29:14 GMT
Thank you for your replay
I have a zone running but the Vlan's were not communicating I don't know if they need an special
configuration or just create the VLAN, then I created a new installation with no vlans but
secondary storage is not mounted it looks like is not communicating with gateway, I am trying
to do an advance zone configuration but I am using internal IPs for public traffic, this is
for a laboratory, do you know how I should create the VLNAN's? I am using a Cisco 3560
Public IP's: IP's:
but the gateway for the public traffic is not working.

      From: ilya <>
 Sent: Monday, July 24, 2017 7:42 PM
 Subject: Re: CloudStack with advance networking
I looked over the guide - for current version - this guide is overly
complex - it was also written 4 years ago.

As of 4.3+, all of the things you need can be handled in the UI.

It should take about 10 minutes to get the zone up - assuming you have
your environment properly configured.

I will make a refreshed simplified version of this tutorial when time

On 7/19/17 1:16 PM, Taylor wrote:
> I am using it in a proof of concept to test out how quickly we could adopt it in production.
> I dont know the answer to your question at this point, I am too new to the stack. But
I am currently reading articles like this one:
> Good luck!
> Can anyone else offer advice?
> ________________________________
> From: Luis <>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 3:57 PM
> To:
> Subject: Re: CloudStack with advance networking
> Thank you for your replay, do you use it for production or personnal use?
> I have a diagram but i dont know if the vlans need some special co figuration like routing.
> Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android<>
> On Wed, Jul 19, 2017 at 1:02 PM, Taylor
> <> wrote:
> I have not tried the advanced install yet but I am preparing to.
> Give this article a read:
> You bascially need to determine which vlans you want to host which traffic. Then determine
which NICs are connected to which VLANS for all your servers (CS, NFS, Hypervisor). You will
need to name the vSwitches in XenServer.
> Sorry I cannot be more helpful.
> Taylor
> ________________________________
> From: Luis <<>>
> Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2017 12:28 PM
> To: Users
> Subject: CloudStack with advance networking
> Hi
> I am trying to set up CS with advance networking. This is what i have
> 1 server with CS Manager1 XenServer as node1 FreeNas for the primary and secondary1 Cisco
> My question is, how do i have to create the vlans, is there any special configuration?
Can some one give me an example?
> Thank you.

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