The nodes in our cluster have separate provisioning and production networks. The provisioning network is on a private address space like 192.168.x.y, which has one gateway to allow access to the public OS mirrors. The public network is on a regular IPv4 routeable network.
I’ve provisioned a couple test CentOS & Ubuntu VMs, and I belive that the default provisioning templates only seem able to provision one NIC per host. If I create two NICs on a VM, for example, only one is created on the host.
What’s a good way to provision a host with two or NICs?
And just to clarify (and for posterity), Ubuntu had a network configuration in Netplan already. I think this came straight from the distro itself:
root@host1:~# cat /etc/netplan/01-netcfg.yaml
# This file describes the network interfaces available on your system
# For more information, see netplan(5).