I’m trying to create RKE cluster with the help of vSphere provider using a preconfigured node template in Rancher.
When Rancher creates the VM nodes on VMware environment, I need them to have unique hostnames and IP’s.
The problem is that the nodes are provisioned simultaneously from the template in vSphere and at first power-on, but they strangely get the same IP address! after investigating on VMs that is delpoyed from node template, they have different MAC but their IP addresses are the same.
I need the nodes to be configured with unique IP’s.
How do I fix this issue?
10/30/2022, 8:34 PM
This could be an OS thing - if you're using Ubuntu, for instance, netplan may need to be configured to use system UUID instead of MAC address to aquire DHCP