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>What I usually do, and this might not be easiest/best, is, given you >do have console access, to manually set the IP in the cirrus node. >Then I enter the ip name space for the dhcp server on the network node >(sudo ip netns exec qdhcp- ...

responded Sep 3, 2017 in openstack-operators
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>What I usually do, and this might not be easiest/best, is, given you >do have console access, to manually set the IP in the cirrus node. >Then I enter the ip name space for the dhcp server on the network node >(sudo ip netns exec qdhcp- ...

responded Sep 2, 2017 in openstack-operators
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>What I usually do, and this might not be easiest/best, is, given you >do have console access, to manually set the IP in the cirrus node. >Then I enter the ip name space for the dhcp server on the network node >(sudo ip netns exec qdhcp- ...

responded Sep 2, 2017 in openstack-operators
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