[clug] OpenStack - PackStack

George at Clug Clug at goproject.info
Sun Dec 6 03:55:34 UTC 2015


I followed the instructions given in the web sites.  Maybe something
is missing?

The instruction rules said "Under the "Security Groups" heading, click
the "Manage Rules" button for the "default" security group. Click the
"Add Rule" button, and in the resulting dialog, enter "22" in the
"Port" field, and then click the "Add" button."

If you know the exact Instance rules that will work, then I could give
that a try. 


At Sunday, 06-12-2015 on 14:45 Mick Wahren wrote:

Hi George,
Have you defined the access rules for your instance? By default there
are no rules made. I.e no access. You can easily configure these rules
from the horizon web interface. Name them and apply the rule set to
your instance and you should be able to ssh. 

I think by default with RDO and a fedora instance you ssh as
cloud-user@ then sudo -i for a root shell. 

I usually create a default rule set to at least allow ssh. If you're
not yet that concerned with isolation you can allow:all tcp inbound. 


Sent from Mick on the move 

On 6 Dec 2015, at 08:20, George at Clug  wrote:


Would anyone have the knowledge and the time to check over a Pack
Stack installation that I have (on a laptop) to see why Networking is
working the way I believe it should ?

It would take way to long for me to attempt to fully define the
configuration in an email.

A brief overview of issue is;

I followed the above instructions and when I attempt to ssh into any
instance (e.g. Fedora22, as per instructions), all I get is "No route
to host". I am unable to ping the Instances.

I have built and rebuilt the Pack Stack install several times, with
various configurations, but still no success.

As the Admin account I have created two Cirros instances and these can
ping each other on their private IP addresses, I can ping the
public_gateway address, but I cannot ping their public IP addresses.

I have no DHCP servers within my test environment, it is an isolated
network, but does have internet access via a NAT firewall/gateway.


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