THE CANONICAL DISTRIBUTION OF OPENSTACK
The starting point our lab is the following:
This article will demonstrate how to create a new project in Openstack and assign it a user. Our welcome on Canonical Distribution of Openstack, after the login as admin user, will be that:
1 STEP – CREATE A NEW PROJECT ON OPENSTACK
The first task is adding a new project that we’ll call it “u1604Pro”
now we add to this new project also admin as official member, select Manage Members
2 STEP – CREATE A NEW USER ON OPENSTACK
With our new project we can add also a new user, that we’ll call it “firstname.lastname@example.org”
3 STEP – CREATE A NEW MANAGEMENT, INTERNAL & PUBLIC NETWORK
Next step is create a new network goto our network configuration and lets create three networks, one for admin internal network, the second one for our project and the last one for external network. Lets begin with the first one
management internal network
we’ll call it “admin_net”
create its subnet we will call it “admin_net_subnet”
u1604pro private network
we’ll call it “u1604_net”
create its subnet we will call it “u1604_net_subnet”
admin external network
we’ll call it “ext_net”
create its subnet we will call it “ext_net_subnet”
all networks will be so configured
we are not finished jet, it’s the time of our router.
4 STEP – CREATE ADMIN ROUTER
Use the lab user, exit from admin and login with email@example.com then goto Project section, select network and then router, there we’ve to add two routers
we’ll call it “admin_router”
we’ll call it “u1604_router”
we’ll have that
Once the Routers have been created we should be able to see it in the dashboard. Click on the router name, go to Interfaces tab and hit on Add Interface button. This task has to made only on Admin Router router.
on network topology we’ll have that
The fifth part is done see you to next one.
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