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Rackspace Cloudvent Calendar Day 20: Attach A Running Cloud Server To A Cloud Network

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In the spirit of the holiday season, I’m sharing some tips and features of our cloud that you may not know about. In this countdown I’ll have 24 posts for you, each covering a single topic or feature about Rackspace Cloud products. We’ll post one per day so keep checking back!

When Cloud Networks launched, you could not attach currently running servers to a network. You had to rebuild the server and attach it to the network at boot time. Since launch, we’ve added the ability to attach a currently running server to a network without rebuilding. This is done through a virtual interface.  You can use the rackspace-novaclient to create a virtual interface on your network, you just need the UUID of your Cloud Server and Cloud Network:

nova virtual-interface-create <NETWORK_ID> <SERVER_ID>

The Cloud Server will be assigned an IP address from your Cloud Network. Check back tomorrow for more!

About the Author

This is a post written and contributed by Hart Hoover.

Hart Hoover is a Cloud Strategist at Rackspace Hosting. Hoover started his career as a Racker in 2007 as a Linux Systems Administrator, providing technical support for dedicated servers. He moved to the cloud in 2009 to help design the Managed Cloud Servers support model. He has presented at various technical conferences, maintains and contributes to the Rackspace DevOps Blog, and advises Rackspace customers on best practices for cloud computing.


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  • http://techonhand.com.au/ David

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