Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1270896
No possibility to specify network_type as nexus_vxlan
Last modified: 2016-04-26 14:53:40 EDT
Description of problem:
There are only flat,vlan,gre and vxlan types availble. Specifying nexus_vxlan in --neutron-network-type when deploying overcloud fails to deploy.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Moving component to rhel-osp-director--This param is blocked at the "openstack overcloud deploy" script level.
The need for the Cisco Nexus ML2 mechanism driver's ability to utilize N9K VXLAN endpoint support for openstack neutron VLAN network segments.
There is nothing in the client that is preventing this.
What error do you see? Have you tried '--neutron-tunnel-types nexus_vxlan --neutron-network-type nexus_vxlan'?
You will also need to create an environment file that specifies:
and then pass that file with a -e
Thanks, Brad... I added my comment based on a meeting discussion with Eugene (the original bug creator). I think the specifics were misunderstood by me there so I'll get with him and get clarification and help him retest it.
My understanding the things we need to set:
--neutron-network-type nexus_vxlan OR NeutronNetworkType: 'nexus_vxlan'
I just ran redeploy like this and heiradata seems ok but some failures on neutron restart:
in openstack overcloud deploy
So, I think this BZ is either not valid or would apply to something in heat or puppet.
it's not valid. I agree now