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Cloudstack 3.0.2 in a BOX 11 months 1 week ago #13010

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hi all,
new to cloud techs and i am setting up Cloud 3.0.2 in a BOX under ESXI 5.0

Subnet for all VM's under ESXI is 10.1.1.0/24

under esx i have create 3 vms, cloudman1 (management-Centos 6.3) cloudvisor1 (KVM-Centos 6.3) and win03 (a windows03 server running DNS server for domain cloud.lab and 2 more IP's, one for ntp server and another for gateway pings/"fake gateway" (cloudmanagement requires gateway to be configured)

VMs under ESX are on a vswitch with no uplinks (vm's are isolated from corp net and internet)

basic install completed with to much problems but now i have CPVM and SSVM running

i am litle confused with the network thing (basic network configuration-all default settings nothing change)

i cannot open the console from windows server non of the 2 system vms,also i cannot ping the vms from cloudman/cloudvisor/win03 (10.1.1.0 IPs)

v-2-vm ip info
Public 10.1.1.41
Private 10.1.1.28
LinkLocalIP 169.254.0.131

hypervisor ifconfig output (one physical nic eth0 before cloud agent config)
virbr0 192.168.122.1 mask /24
cloudbr0 10.1.1.11 mask /24 (old eth0 config)
cloud0 169.254.0.1 mask /16
l0....(loopback)
eth0 no IP
vnet1 to 5 with no IPs

what i miss here? shloud other hosts(win03/management/visor could ping the VM's?

and what about DNS for host record for these 2 system vms? should i add some host records on DNS? with the name i see on management page? like v-2-VM.domain.local?

thank you for your time
regards
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