Steps to Configure Network-Router on Openstack using Dashboard - Part 2

Steps to Configure Network-Router on Openstack using Dashboard - Part 2

Openstack Newtork Configuration Mitaka5 CentOS7 Part1 openstack,  mitaka5, keystone, instance, nova, neutron, network configuration, lokesh carpenter, lokesh, linuxtopic, linux topic, vm,

Step 1:

Open Dashboard: Login

http://172.17.20.100/

User = AdminPwd = 1661bfc512194d92 # see keystonerc_admin
cat /root/keystonerc_admin



   

Project Window:


Step 2:

Create Subnet for External Network

Go to → Project → Network → Networks
In network Windows  find “linuxtopic-external”  and Press “Add Subnet”



Add Subnet According to your Needs  :

Subnet Name :

Network Address :

IP Version :

Gateway IP :



Add Subnet Details: like DHCP and POOL


After Successfully Adding :

External Network Configured, Now we configure Internal Network for Inside Openstack Communication


Step 3:

Internal Network

Go to → Project → Network → Networks
In Network Window Press  “Create Network” button


Network Name: linuxtopic-internal

Admin State: UP

And Check on Create Subnet



Press “ Next”

Subnet :


Add Subnet According to your Needs  :

Subnet Name: linuxtopic-internal

Network Address: 192.168.20.0/24

IP Version: IPv4

Gateway IP: 192.168.20.1


Subnet Details :



Step 4 :

Create Router :

Go to → Project → Network → Router
Press “Create Router”



Router Name:linuxtopic-router

Admin State : UP

External Network : linuxtopic-external # select using drug-down


After Press “Create Router” Button look like


Now Add Interface :

Click Router “linuxtopic-router”  press Interface tab and again press “Add Interface” button


Subnet: Select from Drug down button

IP Address: Optional you can leave blank

Press “Submit”, Output Like


Ping your External Gateway :


Network Topology :

Go to → Project → Network →Network Topology

End of Network Configuration part 2



Part 1: OpenStack Mitaka 5 installation in CentOS 7

Part 2: Network Configuration in OpenStack

Part 3: Network & Router configuration using Dashboard

Part 4: Create Project, Image, Volume & Instance

Part 5: Instance Snapshot & Boot from Volume

Part 6: Autostart OpenStack Instance Setting

Part 7: Extend Volume Size
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