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From Vivek Kumar <>
Subject Re: CloudStack VMware Network Question
Date Wed, 01 Jul 2020 19:29:20 GMT
Hello Mike, 

It works pretty well if we use separate network for Management and VMware hosts. If you can
have a look on the logs you will get to know the reason of not getting deployed. Make sure
that you have proper routing between you Management network and POD network (VMware hosts)

Vivek Kumar
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> On 02-Jul-2020, at 12:13 AM, Corey, Mike <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I’m running into trouble with deploying the SystemVMs.  I think it’s because the
“Management Network” is different IP/VLAN than what my ESXi vmkernel port group is.
> I have re-read the installation doc and if this is in fact a requirement than it stinks…
> In the vSwitch properties dialog box, you may see a vCenter management network. This
same network will also be used as the CloudStack management network. CloudStack requires the
vCenter management network to be configured properly. 
> Do the ESXi vmkernel and the network for the SystemVMs need to be the same VLAN/Network/Port
Group?  As I stand right now, my ESXi hosts are on network 192.168.32.x and the management
IP ranges are 192.168.4.x.
> If that is the case – can you explicitly call that out in the setup/installation? 
Also, why is this the case as we’d typically have management and hypervisors on isolated/separate
networks (ACLs).
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