[one-users] Doubts about Open Nebula
fredericoliveira at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 14:24:27 PDT 2010
Thank you Rich,
I have some know-how with openvpn, and this could be a solution to my
problem even if I have to re-write some route tables.
Another thing I want to ask is:
- After a Live Migration, Can I re-run a command? Hum, maybe I could use
some cron job to test a VPN state and if it is down try to connect. Is this
a good solution?
- I have two pool of computers in different places. How can I share my VM
images between then? I was think in some kind of Sync between local NFS.
- Open Nebula was made to work with two separated sites or am i just flying
On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 7:07 PM, Rich Wellner <rkw at objenv.com> wrote:
> I think you are going to be running into problems with TCP/IP, rather than
> opennebula. When you move from one network to another you cannot reuse the
> same IP. Now that said, you are thinking along the right lines with a VPN.
> People generally solve this problem with VLANs or, more recently, Private
> On 10/20/10 1:01 PM, Fred wrote:
> Hi *,
> I'm really new at Open Nebula. And I will use it to a University Project.
> I'm having some doubts about Open Nebula, and I hope I can find some help
> here. :-)
> I'm trying to create a cloud infrastructure that will consist of a network
> A and B.
> My question is:
> Suppose I need to migrate a machine from "location A" to "location B",
> where those locations have different networks.
> Is there a way for OpenNebula to keep the same IP address for this machine?
> If not, what would be necessary to achieve this? I mean, using a VPN system
> or some other alternative.
> Best Regards,
> Frederico de Oliveira
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