I’m trying to configure a CentOS 7 server to act as a host for a bunch of virtual servers (KVM). I have an 802.3ad bonded Ethernet connected to the server with a bunch of tagged VLANs. I want to be able to build a bridge interface on the server for each VLAN and then attach that to the bond interface and the virtual clients. I also want to attach a host interface to one of the VLANs for access to the host from my Infrastructure network.
I have everything working but the host interface, What device do I put into ifcfg-VLAN-OOB to create a new software only interface.
Here is what I have so far.
EM1-4 are configured as slaves to BOND0
TYPE=Ethernet USERSTL=no MASTER=bond0
TYPE=bond BONDING_MASTER=yes ONBOOT=yes BONDING_OPTS=”mode=802.3ad miimon=10 lacp_rate=1″
Bond0 is up, the switch & server are happy all 4 links are live, no errors
I created a new bridge:
I created a VLAN interface on bond0 and attached it to the bridge
BOOTPROTO=none ONBOOT=yes VLAN=yes TYPE=Vlan PHYSDEV=bond0
How do I create a new interface ‘VLAN-OOB’, attach it to the bridge and assign an IP address?
BOOTPROTO=none ONBOOT=yes NETWORK=10.126.77.0
DOMAIN=crocker.com DEFROUTE=yes NAME=“OOB Management VLAN”
I want to be able to attach virtual-client interfaces to br1 so they can be on the same network. Eventually I’ll have a dozen bridges with different networks (Internet, VOIP, OOB, Backup, etc)
Matthew Crocker President – Crocker Communications, Inc. Managing Partner – Crocker Telecommunications, LLC
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