Deploying OpenStack-Ansible, and following the deployer documentation, will result in a production-ready OpenStack Cloud. A typical deployment requires operators to setup various network interfaces, use different VLAN tags, and create several purpose-built bridges. But what if these typical requirements couldn't be met or what if the goal was to simply
Generating Isolated (Separated) Networks on Baremetal In the OSIC-DFW environment we're running Ironic with OpenStack integration to allow our consumers access to physical compute resources. Because of limitations in Ironic at the time of this writing we're not able to fully provide for L3 tenant networking or full project isolation.
When deploying IPv6 on an OpenStack cloud it may be useful to disable IPv6 privacy extensions within the instance to ensure there's nothing being assumed within the instance. IPv6 privacy extensions can cause issues by preferring a temporary private network over a public one. This preference may limit connectivity in