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I have still problem with configuring maas/juju. And I want to know what is best configuration(simplest) for maas/juju? If someone have graphic of it I will be happy.

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what's wrong with the juju docs? it's pretty straight forward, and graphic examples are included as sample code snippets. – Eliran Malka Oct 23 '12 at 10:09
There isn't any information about network configuration. – user84471 Oct 23 '12 at 10:12
search network configuration in the page. it's under the LXC entry. – Eliran Malka Oct 23 '12 at 10:13
I agree with Eliran CTRL-F and search for network on the docs page. – CoalaWeb Oct 23 '12 at 10:23
Still there is not any example graphic. – user84471 Oct 24 '12 at 7:52

You can check out the documentation for MAAS online too if that helps. MAAS assumes you have several nodes, and the easiest configuration would be for these to be in a separate subnet with DHCP controlled by MAAS.

I'm not entirely sure what you expect a diagram to show you. If you could explain a little more what you are trying to do or what you expect a diagram to show, we may be able to help you further.

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I have problem with network, i think with dns because when I check juju status I get "nameNode.localdomain" but I want IP address. I want this because when I scale my service with juju another nodes can't connect to "nameNode.localdomain" and they don't search IP addresses so I have problems. – user84471 Nov 9 '12 at 16:33
I am having similar difficulty, I think. I opened a similar question here: – jkurtisr32 Nov 15 '13 at 21:01
I think the issue is with the maas documentation. There is no clear indication of what the network structure should be. I agree that it would make sense for there to be 2 interfaces on the maas server, one that is public (connects to the rest of the network), and one that is private (connects to the nodes, hands out IPs, etc). But the documentation seems to use a single interface, meaning that either the nodes are on the same subnet as the rest of my network, or nothing is connected to the rest of the network/internet – jkurtisr32 Nov 15 '13 at 21:04

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