[ovs-discuss] Running OVS with VLAN tagged ports inside a ESXi host

Endre Karlson endre.karlson at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 19:56:24 UTC 2012


Sorry Ben, it was supposed to go here the last e-mail.

Any further clues ?

Endre.

>
> 2012/12/17 Endre Karlson <endre.karlson at gmail.com>
>
>> Uhm, it's not on the physical host it doesn't work, it's on the virtual
>> node... #cmp** are the nodes that actually work.
>>
>> Endre.
>>
>>
>> 2012/12/17 Ben Pfaff <blp at nicira.com>
>>
>>> I don't know a specific reason why that wouldn't work, but it's not
>>> widely tested.  As an experiment, you might want to try using the Open
>>> vSwitch bonding implementation instead of Linux bonding.
>>>
>>> On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 10:36:35PM +0100, Endre Karlson wrote:
>>> > bond0, it's a standard Linux bonding interface.
>>> >
>>> > 2012/12/17 Ben Pfaff <blp at nicira.com>
>>> >
>>> > > On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 10:22:34PM +0100, Endre Karlson wrote:
>>> > > > My compute nodes:
>>> > > > # cmp01
>>> > > > 0cf75e38-70e9-4e30-af01-52db13e8ea22
>>> > > >     Bridge br-int
>>> > > >         Port "qvof7c07a40-7a"
>>> > > >             tag: 1
>>> > > >             Interface "qvof7c07a40-7a"
>>> > > >         Port int-br-virtual
>>> > > >             Interface int-br-virtual
>>> > > >         Port br-int
>>> > > >             Interface br-int
>>> > > >                 type: internal
>>> > > >     Bridge br-ex
>>> > > >         Port br-ex
>>> > > >             Interface br-ex
>>> > > >                 type: internal
>>> > > >     Bridge br-virtual
>>> > > >         Port br-virtual
>>> > > >             Interface br-virtual
>>> > > >                 type: internal
>>> > > >         Port "vlan61"
>>> > > >             tag: 61
>>> > > >             Interface "vlan61"
>>> > > >                 type: internal
>>> > > >         Port phy-br-virtual
>>> > > >             Interface phy-br-virtual
>>> > > >         Port "bond0"
>>> > > >             Interface "bond0"
>>> > > >     ovs_version: "1.4.0+build0"
>>> > >
>>> > > OK, where do packets come in and out of the physical box?  Is it
>>> > > through bond0?  What kind of interface is bond0?  It doesn't look
>>> like
>>> > > it's an Open vSwitch bond, since it has only one Interface.
>>> > >
>>>
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>>
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