In OpenStack, Can I have a DHCP server running on the "public" network interface?
I am having this problem with my Openstack test deployment using Fuel. I am planning to deploy in the following configuration:
- Two network interfaces per node.
- Several compute nodes, one or more controllers, one Fuel instance.
- * eth0 is connected to my hosting provider's public network over which I have no control and no access to the upstream router. This network provides internet connectivity to each machine.
- eth1 is connected to a private LAN.
I have configured all the networks to sit on eth1 except for "public" , which i've configured on eth0. But Fuel fails when I 'verify networks', because, my provider has a DHCP server on the public network - eth0 - and Fuel finds it during the verification process.
Is there a way for me to allow my configuration to work?