Re: Multiple Physical Networks in Basic Networking (KVM)
Not quite – “advanced zone with security group” allows you to have multiple “basic” type networks isolated within their own VLANs and with security groups isolation between VMs / accounts. The VR only does DNS/DHCP, not GW/NAT.
On 08/06/2018, 14:26, "Ivan Kudryavtsev" <kudryavtsev_ia@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi, Dag. Not exactly. Advanced zone uses VR as a GW with SNAT/DNAT which is
not quite good for public cloud in my case. Despite that it really solves
the problem. But I would like to have it as simple as possible, without VR
as a GW and xNAT.
пт, 8 июн. 2018 г., 15:21 Dag Sonstebo <Dag.Sonstebo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Wido / Ivan – I’m probably missing something – but is the feature you are
> looking for not the same functionality we currently have in “advanced zones
> with security groups”?
> Dag Sonstebo
> Cloud Architect
> On 08/06/2018, 14:14, "Ivan Kudryavtsev" <kudryavtsev_ia@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Wido, I also very interested in similar deployment, especially
> with the capability of setting different network bandwidth for
> networks, like
> 10.0.0.0/8 intra dc with 1g bandwidth per vm and white ipv4/ipv6 with
> regular bandwidth management. But it seem it takes very big redesign
> of VM
> settings and VR redesign is also required.
> When I tried to investigate if it possible with ACS basic network,
> succeed with any relevant information.
> пт, 8 июн. 2018 г., 14:56 Wido den Hollander <wido@xxxxxxxxx>:
> > Hi,
> > I am looking into supporting multiple Physical Networks inside onze
> > Basic Networking zone.
> > First: The reason we use Basic Networking is the simplicity and the
> > that our (Juniper) routers can do the routing and not the VR.
> > ALL our VMs have external IPv4/IPv6 addresses and we do not use NAT
> > anywhere.
> > But right now a Hypervisor has a single VLAN/POD going to it
> > on 'cloudbr0' using vlan://untagged.
> > But to better utilize our physical hardware it would be great it
> > Networking would support multiple physical networks using VLAN
> > For example:
> > - PhysicalNetwork1: VLAN 100
> > - PhysicalNetwork2: VLAN 101
> > - PhysicalNetwork3: VLAN 102
> > I've been looking into DirectAttached with Advanced Networking, but I
> > couldn't find any reference to it on how that exactly works.
> > Right now for our use-case Basic Networking with multiple Physical
> > Networks would work best for us.
> > Has anybody looked at this or has any insight of the problems we
> > run in to?
> > Wido
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