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/v2/​{tenant_id}​/os-security-group-rules not working

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I tried GET request on the above REST resource and got back the following response.

{
itemNotFound: 
{
message: "The resource could not be found."
code: 404
}
-
}
I can confirm that I used proper tenant id. Any ideas why I am getting this response?
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  • Hmmm

    Devstack should contain your standard openstack endpoints, have you checked that all your endpoints are properly installed and communicating? You should be able to get that back from keystone I believe.

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  • Hey there!

    Are you trying to do this in the Rackspace Public Cloud API, or a Private Cloud Deployment?

    OS-Security-Groups, while in OpenStack, is not currently featured in our public cloud portfolio. Instead, we recommend users use things like iptables, and server sided security measures to control remote access.

  • I am trying to do this in devstack. The webservice API is not working for some reason.


    On Wed, May 7, 2014 at 8:00 PM, JoeE <bounce-JoeE@community.rackspace.com> wrote:

    Hey there!

    Are you trying to do this in the Rackspace Public Cloud API, or a Private Cloud Deployment?

    OS-Security-Groups, while in OpenStack, is not currently featured in our public cloud portfolio. Instead, we recommend users use things like iptables, and server sided security measures to control remote access.

  • Hmmm

    Devstack should contain your standard openstack endpoints, have you checked that all your endpoints are properly installed and communicating? You should be able to get that back from keystone I believe.

  • haribalaji79,

    Did the advice that Joe provided resolve your issue?  If not, please advise if we can help further or I will assume that I can close out the thread.

    Best Regards,

    Wil