You can overwrite the console ip at cluster -> console. Try to put there the external ip and have NAT correctly set. This should work.
Alex On Feb 27, 2018 12:15, "Fabrice SOLER" <fabrice.so...@ac-guadeloupe.fr> wrote: > Hi, > > We want to install ovirt for every school in Guadeloupe (~70 schools) > > Each school has an internet connexion with a basic physical router (no > vpn). > > We have bought one physical server for each school. > > We have installed an ovirt engine on our central site where we want to > manage all the node which are in the school. > > In first, for the tests in laboratory, I have installed a node behind a > routeur. The routeur forwarded all the traffic from the ovirt engine to the > ovirmgmt ip address (NAT). > > It works but I cannot have access to the VM consoles : my Spice client try > to access directly to the node private IP address. Is there a solution to > resolv this ? In ovirt documentation, I read "Spice Proxy" and "Websocket > Proxy". Could these features answer to this problematic ? > > In the ovirt engine, is it possible to provide a NAT address to the node ? > then the VM consoles coud work. > > So, I give up the above architecture and move my ovirtmgmt ip address > behind a VM routeur which has a tunneling IPSec to our central site. The > access to the VM consoles is resolved but I discover that the VM does not > start automaticaly whithout the engine (like vmware does). > > I hope you understand my problematic. > > Sincerely, > -- > > _______________________________________________ > Users mailing list > Users@ovirt.org > http://lists.ovirt.org/mailman/listinfo/users > >
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