Mike Spreitzer [mailto:mspre...@us.ibm.com] wrote:
>I'll bet I am not the only developer who is not highly competent with >bridges and tunnels, Open VSwitch, Neutron configuration, and how DevStack >transmutes all those. My bet is that you would have more developers using >Neutron if there were an easy-to-find and easy-to-follow recipe to use, to >create a developer install of OpenStack with Neutron. One that's a pretty >basic and easy case. Let's say a developer gets a recent image of Ubuntu >14.04 from Canonical, and creates an instance in some undercloud, and that >instance has just one NIC, at 10.9.8.7/16. If there were a recipe for >such a developer to follow from that point on, it would be great. https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/NeutronDevstack worked for me. However, I'm pretty sure it's only a single node all in one setup. At least, I created only one VM to run it on and I don't think DevStack has created multiple nested VMs inside of the one I create to run DevStack. I haven't gotten around to figuring out how to setup a full multi-node DevStack setup with separate compute nodes and network nodes and GRE/VXLAN tunnels. There are multi-node instructions on that wiki page but I haven't tried following them. If someone has a Vagrant file that creates a full multi- node Neutron devstack complete with GRE/VXLAN tunnels it would be great if they could add it to that wiki page.
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