Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 988518
[Doc] [RFE] Horizon doesn't support different network providers types when creating new network
Last modified: 2015-02-03 04:19:28 EST
Cloned for documentation impact, refer to Bug # 891062 for implementation details.
Matched prio to dev bug.
So upstream blueprint says: Horizon should make use of the different types exposed by the Quantum api, as detailed in http://docs.openstack.org/grizzly/openstack-network/admin/content/provider_api_workflow.html
The types named are: local, flat, VLAN, and GRE. Will these be implemented? Or others added? Don't suppose you could provide a brief description of each?
I'm not familiar with the background for this feature, the assignee for the dev bug will likely be a better source of information here.
Hi Nuno, of course, I should have asked you! Can you answer the above question?
Moving to Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack 5 based on parent bug state.
Updating based on BP milesone.
This bug is being assigned to Deepi Navale, who is now the designated docs specialist for Horizon.
Updating based on BP milestone
Looks like firstname.lastname@example.org account is closed (See Bug # 891062, Comment 4).
Adding Alvaro Lopez Ortega for NEEDINFO.
Can you please answer Summer's question in Comment 2?
Note that the feature hasn't been implemented upstream yet and missed Icehouse.
From what I can tell from the in-progress patches, 'local', 'flat', 'vlan' and 'gre' will indeed be offered as options. There are definitions available upstream : http://docs.openstack.org/grizzly/openstack-network/admin/content/provider_terminology.html , though I would advise chatting with the Neutron folks if further clarifications are needed. Thanks!
Changing Serverity, Target release and Target Milestone to match parent bug.
Reassigning to Bruce, as he is now in charge of all Dashboard content.
This bug is covered in BZ#1188069 for the new Administration Guide.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1188069 ***