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> 2016-01-20 13:48 GMT+01:00 Tomas Vondra
<vondra-l6WB4nJzLFygjssBaH+rSA at public.gmane.org>:Hi!
> I have just deployed an OpenStack Kilo installation with DVR and expected
> that it will consume one Public IP per network node as
perhttp://assafmuller.com/2015/04/15/distributed-virtual-routing-floating-ips/,
> but it still eats one per virtual Router.
> What is the correct behavior?
> Otherwise, it works as a DVR should according to documentation. There are
> router namespaces at both compute and network nodes, snat namespaces at the
> network nodes and fip namespaces at the compute nodes. Every router has a
> router_interface_distributed and a router_centralized_snat with private IPs,
> however the router_gateway has a public IP, which I would like to getr id of
> to increase density.
> Thanks
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> <div>Hi Tomas,<br><br>
> </div>Actually the networking nodes, and in a DVR scenario the compute
nodes, don't need a public IP assigned to the node itself. All they need is
a networking interface connected to the "public" network. Only tenant
routers set as a gateway consume one public IP address each as overhead. You
cannot get around each tenant gateway router consuming an extra public IP
address itself as far as I know.<br><br>
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> <div>Does that answer your question?<br><br>
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> <div>Cheers,<br><br>
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> <div>Tom<br>
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> <br><div class="gmail_quote">2016-01-20 13:48 GMT+01:00 Tomas Vondra <span
dir="ltr">&lt;<a href="mailto:vondra at ..."
target="_blank">vondra at ...</a>&gt;</span>:<br><blockquote
class="gmail_quote">Hi!<br>
> I have just deployed an OpenStack Kilo installation with DVR and expected<br>
> that it will consume one Public IP per network node as per<br><a
href="http://assafmuller.com/2015/04/15/distributed-virtual-routing-floating-ips/";
rel="noreferrer"
target="_blank">http://assafmuller.com/2015/04/15/distributed-virtual-routing-floating-ips/</a>,<br>
> but it still eats one per virtual Router.<br>
> What is the correct behavior?<br>
> Otherwise, it works as a DVR should according to documentation. There are<br>
> router namespaces at both compute and network nodes, snat namespaces at
the<br>
> network nodes and fip namespaces at the compute nodes. Every router has a<br>
> router_interface_distributed and a router_centralized_snat with private
IPs,<br>
> however the router_gateway has a public IP, which I would like to getr id
of<br>
> to increase density.<br>
> Thanks<br><br><br>
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