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- Q: dns configuration?
 
- Q: dns configuration?
 
- Q: support static IP (via cloud-init?)
 
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Several use cases in EC2 involve instances with multiple network interfaces and occasionally multiple addresses on a single interface.  I do not believe all of those need to be configured automatically, but it ought to remain possible for a user/script/etc to make network configuration changes that persist across reboots.
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[[User:Gholms|Gholms]] ([[User talk:Gholms|talk]]) 05:49, 27 August 2015 (UTC)

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This is a placeholder page for the discussion of what the Cloud image (Base at first, Atomic to follow) requires from a networking stack on it's images.


- configure DHCP, renew dhcp leases - configure with cloud-init - configure with traditional RH-ecosystem ifcfg-eth0 file (log warnings for unsupported options)


Questions!

- Q: any need to support more than one interface? - Q: if single interface, should we standardize on "eth0"" - Q: dns configuration? - Q: support static IP (via cloud-init?)


Several use cases in EC2 involve instances with multiple network interfaces and occasionally multiple addresses on a single interface. I do not believe all of those need to be configured automatically, but it ought to remain possible for a user/script/etc to make network configuration changes that persist across reboots.

Gholms (talk) 05:49, 27 August 2015 (UTC)