Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #fuel, 2013-11-24

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16:35 TSCHAKMac when I set up a Fuel installation, it of course asks me for a public IP range. This makes sense, especially for floating IPs… but it always tries to assign a public IP to the openstack nodes, including the controller. I do not want this. There is sufficient access from the management side of things to be able to do things there, and I only want to be able to occasionally poke through public with a floating IP, how can I do
16:35 TSCHAKMac effectively? I don't want my horizons available from the outside world?
16:36 TSCHAKMac (Also is there a way to tell fuel NOT to allocate the first few public IPs? these have been reserved for other system functions.)
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18:23 xdeller_ TSCHAKMac: for second question you can change allocation range, if I understood you right
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18:37 TSCHAKMac ok, where?
18:38 TSCHAKMac the allocation ranges in fuel-setup only refer to the management network, not the public network
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18:43 xdeller_ I suppose you can change ranges through quantum cli or(possibly) horizon
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19:59 TSCHAKMac xdeller_: this happens before I even get to horizon, based on the IP addresses that Fuel gives br-ex on each machine
19:59 xdeller_ ok, so you can use quantum ui
20:00 xdeller_ fuel just pushing those values to the quantum database
20:00 xdeller_ *cli
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