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Unable to ping VMs after setting controller

asked 2017-08-10 09:59:17 -0700

wanderernxa gravatar image

Hi, I have 4 VMs on CentOS 7 deployed. one VM has open-vswitch configured and running and I created a bridge and I can ping the other machines.

after I installed ODL Carbon on a clean VM and configured the controller on the ovs vm like ovs-vsctl set-controller mybridge tcp:10.0.0.40:6633

I can now see the topology on my odl gui but I can no longer ping between machines. Can someone please help?

thanks

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answered 2017-08-17 05:50:10 -0700

sunilkumarms gravatar image

1) what features are installed ?

2) Can you check the flows present in datastore.

3) Can you see the flows on switch : sudo ovs-ofctl dump-flows myBridge -O Openflow13.

4) Any errors in the karaf.log.

may be you can find answer while you are collecting the data. If you have found answer for your problem please let us know.

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answered 2017-08-29 12:05:09 -0700

mdeazley gravatar image

updated 2017-08-29 12:05:51 -0700

Look at the flows in OpenvSwitch:

sudo ovs-ofctl dump-flows -m <yourbridge>

You will probably only see a flow that forwards intercepted packets up to your controller.

Try installing the "odl-l2switch-all" feature...

> feature:install odl-l2switch-all

Try your pings again, and look at the flows again on OpenvSwitch. If it works... The new flows are being added to OpenvSwitch by the l2switch feature.

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