DHCP for Subnet:
andres.rodriguez at canonical.com
Tue Feb 21 16:26:18 UTC 2017
This sounds like the Rack Controller does not have NIC's connected to the
appropriate fabric/vlan combination in order to provide DHCP. In MAAS 2.1,
you need to have the rack controller directly connected to the VLAN in
order to provide DHCP.
This however, has changed in MAAS 2.2 (currently beta2). MAAS 2.2 beta 2
introduces the ability to work on DHCP relay environments. Please see the
documentation for MAAS 2.2
. If you have any further questions, please feel free to use this channel
or find us in freenode at #maas.
On Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 11:09 AM, <MA2412 at gmx.de> wrote:
> Hallo, i did not find a other maillist like the developer maillist an no
> formum for mass, so i will try to post my problem here, please excuse if i
> am wrong here.
> I am running one maas server (2.1.3+bzr5573-0ubuntu1 (16.04.1)) which hold
> all roles (region, rack controller).
> There is one Fabric on my installation an i configured 3 Subnets, each in
> a seperate VLAN. 1 VLAN is marked untagged, the other vlan's are marked as
> I want to provide DHCP on each VLAN, so i configured my switches to relay
> DHCP requests to the maas server.
> My problem is, i can only activate DHCP on the untagged vlan, if i want to
> provide DHCP on a other vlan the drop down for the "rack controller" is
> empty, only showing "choose primary controller".
> Do i have a seperate rack controller for each vlan or is there a missing
> configuration on my maas server.
> If you need further information please let me know and please tell me if
> it should basically be possible to activate multiple VLAN for DHCP in my
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