I am trying to launch an instance in OpenStack. But I am not able to understand about Network supervisors in OpenStack. Can anyone explain me about this?
There are different types of NetworkManager available in OpenStack. Let's discuss one by one.
Flat Network Manager- This places all VMs on a single system using the same subnet and the bridge from made by the administrator. In this way, all VMs share a similar network that can be interconnected and are known to have Flat Network Manager.
Flat DHCP Network Manager- Much like the above aside from that the IP delivers to VM are assigned through DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol).
VLAN- Unlike the single system idea, VLAN encourages more secure and separate system to VMs. It has a physical change to offer different virtual network and distinct IP range and extension for each tenant. This is to be sure most ideal decision for multi-inhabitant/venture condition.
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