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authorDan Radez <dradez@redhat.com>2016-07-19 13:17:17 -0400
committerDan Radez <dradez@redhat.com>2016-09-22 15:03:58 -0400
commit38de9ff18e44e5c3c1393c060481fbbb27543704 (patch)
tree0e1b93aba5d03b08ed3a44f5c7e96e6b66788656 /config
parent30a2e131972b7b4dbccb702f0fc329ca6b2dd6a6 (diff)
migrating to proposed common network settings file
- proposed in genesis https://wiki.opnfv.org/display/genesis/Common+Network+Settings - This patch updates the network_settings files in the config/network dir and updates the associated bash, python and python tests relative to the new yaml structure and nomenclature used in the proposed settings file JIRA: APEX-262 Change-Id: Ib0dc9d0f21465b38f2a53cff20f71fb9230bfc48 Signed-off-by: Dan Radez <dradez@redhat.com>
Diffstat (limited to 'config')
-rw-r--r--config/network/network_settings.yaml302
-rw-r--r--config/network/network_settings_v6.yaml285
-rw-r--r--config/network/network_settings_vlans.yaml287
3 files changed, 568 insertions, 306 deletions
diff --git a/config/network/network_settings.yaml b/config/network/network_settings.yaml
index f768064..ab9ed96 100644
--- a/config/network/network_settings.yaml
+++ b/config/network/network_settings.yaml
@@ -1,118 +1,220 @@
# This configuration file defines Network Environment for a
# Baremetal Deployment of OPNFV. It contains default values
-# for 4 following networks:
+# for 5 following networks:
#
# - admin
-# - private*
-# - public
+# - tenant*
+# - external*
# - storage*
-#
+# - api*
# *) optional networks
#
-# Any values missing from this configuration file will be
-# auto-detected by deployment script from the existing network
-# configuration of the jumphost.
-#
# Optional networks will be consolidated with the admin network
-# if not explicitely configured.
+# if not explicitly configured.
#
# See short description of the networks in the comments below.
#
+# "admin" is the short name for Control Plane Network.
+# This network should be IPv4 even it is an IPv6 deployment
+# IPv6 does not have PXE boot support.
+# During OPNFV deployment it is used for node provisioning which will require
+# PXE booting as well as running a DHCP server on this network. Be sure to
+# disable any other DHCP/TFTP server on this network.
+#
+# "tenant" is the network used for tenant traffic.
+#
+# "external" is the network which should have internet or external
+# connectivity. External OpenStack networks will be configured to egress this
+# network. There can be multiple external networks, but only one assigned as
+# "public" which OpenStack public API's will register.
+#
+# "storage" is the network for storage I/O.
+#
+# "api" is an optional network for splitting out OpenStack service API
+# communication. This should be used for IPv6 deployments.
-# DNS Servers for all nodes, comma delimited list
-dns_servers: ["8.8.8.8", "8.8.4.4"]
-# Domain name to use for undercloud/overcloud nodes
-domain_name: 'opnfvapex.com'
+#Meta data for the network configuration
+network-config-metadata:
+ title: LF-POD-1 Network config
+ version: 0.1
+ created: Mon Dec 28 2015
+ comment: None
-# "admin" is the short name for Control Plane Network.
-# During OPNFV deployment it is used for node provisioning so
-# PXE boot should be enabled for the related interfaces on all
-# the nodes in the OPNFV cluster. After the deployment this
-# network is used as the OpenStack management network which
-# carries e.g. communication between its internal components.
-#
-admin_network:
- enabled: true
- network_type: bridged
- bridged_interface: ''
- bond_interfaces: ''
- compute_interface: nic1
- controller_interface: nic1
- usable_ip_range: 192.0.2.11,192.0.2.99
- gateway: 192.0.2.1
- provisioner_ip: 192.0.2.1
- cidr: 192.0.2.0/24
- dhcp_range: 192.0.2.2,192.0.2.10
- introspection_range: 192.0.2.100,192.0.2.120
+# DNS Settings
+dns-domain: opnfvlf.org
+dns-search: opnfvlf.org
+dns_nameservers:
+ - 8.8.8.8
+ - 8.8.4.4
+# NTP servers
+ntp:
+ - 0.se.pool.ntp.org
+ - 1.se.pool.ntp.org
+# Syslog server
+syslog:
+ server: 10.128.1.24
+ transport: 'tcp'
-# "private" is an optional network used as underlying physical
-# network for virtual provider and tenant networks created by
-# users. Traffic between virtual machines is carried by this
-# network.
-#
-private_network:
- enabled: true
- vlan: native
- cidr: 11.0.0.0/24
- compute_interface: nic2
- controller_interface: nic2
+networks: # Network configurations
+ admin: # Admin configuration (pxe and jumpstart),
+ enabled: true
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use for this network on Installer VM, native means none
+ ip: 192.0.2.1 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.0.2.11
+ - 192.0.2.99 # Usable ip range, if empty entire range is usable
+ gateway: 192.0.2.1 # Gateway (only needed when public_network is disabled)
+ cidr: 192.0.2.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24
+ dhcp_range:
+ - 192.0.2.2
+ - 192.0.2.10 # DHCP range for the admin network, if empty it will be automatically provisioned
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic1
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ members:
+ - nic1
+ #
+ tenant: # Tenant network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: 11.0.0.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ overlay_id_range: 2,65535 # Tenant network Overlay segmentation ID range:
+ # VNI, VLAN-ID, etc.
+ segmentation_type: vxlan # Tenant network segmentation type:
+ # vlan, vxlan, gre
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic2 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic2 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ #
+ external: # Can contain 1 or more external networks
+ - public: # "public" network will be the network the installer VM attaches to
+ enabled: true
+ mtu: 64000 # Public network MTU
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network (note only valid on 'public' external network)
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ ip: 192.168.37.1 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
+ gateway: 192.168.37.1
+ floating_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.37.200
+ - 192.168.37.220 #Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.37.10
+ - 192.168.37.199 # Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic3
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic3
+ external_overlay: # External network to be created in OpenStack by Services tenant
+ name: Public_internet
+ type: flat
+ gateway: 192.168.37.1
+ - private_cloud: # another external network
+ enabled: false
+ mtu: 64000
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network (note only valid on 'public' external network)
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ vlan: 101
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ ip: 192.168.38.1 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ cidr: 192.168.38.0/24
+ gateway: 192.168.38.1
+ floating_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.38.200
+ - 192.168.38.220 #Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.38.10
+ - 192.168.38.199 # Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: 101 # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic3 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: 101
+ members:
+ - nic3
+ external_overlay: # External network to be created in OpenStack by Services tenant
+ name: private_cloud
+ type: vlan
+ segmentation_id: 101
+ gateway: 192.168.38.1
+ #
+ storage: # Storage network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: 12.0.0.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: bond # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic4 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic4
+ #
+ api: # API network configuration
+ enabled: false
+ cidr: fd00:fd00:fd00:4000::/64 # Subnet in CIDR format
+ vlan: 13 # VLAN tag to use for Overcloud hosts on this network
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: bond # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic5 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic5
-# "public" network is used for external connectivity.
-# The external network provides Internet access for virtual
-# machines. If floating IP range is defined for this network,
-# floating IP addresses can be used for accessing virtual
-# machines from outside of OPNFV cluster. Also external REST
-# API calls use this network.
-#
-public_network:
- enabled: true
- network_type: ''
- bridged_interface: ''
- compute_interface: nic3
- controller_interface: nic3
- vlan: native
- cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
- gateway: 192.168.37.1
- floating_ip_range: 192.168.37.200,192.168.37.220
- usable_ip_range: 192.168.37.10,192.168.37.199
- provisioner_ip: 192.168.37.1
+# JOID specific settings
+joid:
-# "storage" is an optional network used by storage backends.
-# You can configure this network in order to reduce load on
-# Control Plane Network.
-#
-storage_network:
- enabled: true
- vlan: native
- cidr: 12.0.0.0/24
- compute_interface: nic4
- controller_interface: nic4
+# Compass specific settings
+compass:
-#admin_network:
-# enabled: true
-# network_type: bridged #Indicates if this network will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
-# bridged_interface: '' #Interface to bridge to for installer VM
-# bond_interfaces: '' #Interfaces to create bond with for installer VM
-# compute_interface: nic4 #Interface used for this network on the compute node. Can either be logical nic name like "nic1" or real name like "eth1"
-# controller_interface: nic4 #Interface used for this network on the controller node. Can either be logical nic name like "nic1" or real name like "eth1"
-# vlan: native #VLAN tag to use, native means none
-# usable_ip_range: 192.0.2.11,192.0.2.99 #Usable ip range, if empty entire range is usable, ex. 192.168.1.10,192.168.1.20
-# gateway: 192.0.2.1 #Gateway (only needed when public_network is disabled), if empty it is auto-detected
-# provisioner_ip: 192.0.2.1 #installer VM IP, if empty it is the next available IP in the admin subnet
-# cidr: 192.0.2.0/24 #subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24, if empty it will be auto-detected
-# dhcp_range: 192.0.2.2,192.0.2.10 #dhcp range for the admin network, if empty it will be automatically provisioned
-# introspection_range: 192.0.2.100,192.0.2.120 #Range used for introspection phase (examining nodes)
-#private_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, internal api traffic will collapse to admin_network
-#public_network:
-# enabled: true #If disabled, public_network traffic will collapse to admin network
-# network_type: ''
-# bridged_interface: ''
-# cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
-# gateway: 192.168.37.1
-# floating_ip_range: 192.168.37.200,192.168.37.220 #Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
-# usable_ip_range: 192.168.37.10,192.168.37.199 #Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
-# provisioner_ip: 192.168.37.1
-#storage_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, storage_network traffic will collapse to admin network
+# Apex specific settings
+apex:
+ networks:
+ admin:
+ introspection_range:
+ - 192.0.2.100
+ - 192.0.2.120 # Range used for introspection phase (examining nodes)
+# Fuel specific settings
+fuel:
diff --git a/config/network/network_settings_v6.yaml b/config/network/network_settings_v6.yaml
index dd2d066..bfce3ab 100644
--- a/config/network/network_settings_v6.yaml
+++ b/config/network/network_settings_v6.yaml
@@ -1,141 +1,184 @@
# This configuration file defines Network Environment for a
# Baremetal Deployment of OPNFV. It contains default values
-# for 4 following networks:
+# for 5 following networks:
#
# - admin
-# - private*
-# - public
+# - tenant*
+# - external*
# - storage*
# - api*
-#
# *) optional networks
#
-# Any values missing from this configuration file will be
-# auto-detected by deployment script from the existing network
-# configuration of the jumphost.
-#
# Optional networks will be consolidated with the admin network
-# if not explicitely configured.
+# if not explicitly configured.
#
# See short description of the networks in the comments below.
#
-
-# DNS Servers for all nodes, comma delimited list
-dns_servers: ["8.8.8.8", "8.8.4.4"]
-
# "admin" is the short name for Control Plane Network.
-# During OPNFV deployment it is used for node provisioning so
-# PXE boot should be enabled for the related interfaces on all
-# the nodes in the OPNFV cluster. After the deployment this
-# network is used as the OpenStack management network which
-# carries e.g. communication between its internal components.
-# This network must be IPv4 currently.
-domain_name: 'opnfvapex.com'
-
-admin_network:
- enabled: true
- network_type: bridged
- bridged_interface: ''
- bond_interfaces: ''
- compute_interface: nic1
- controller_interface: nic1
- vlan: native
- usable_ip_range: 192.0.2.11,192.0.2.99
- gateway: 192.0.2.1
- provisioner_ip: 192.0.2.1
- cidr: 192.0.2.0/24
- dhcp_range: 192.0.2.2,192.0.2.10
- introspection_range: 192.0.2.100,192.0.2.120
-
-# "private" is an optional network used as underlying physical
-# network for virtual provider and tenant networks created by
-# users. Traffic between virtual machines is carried by this
-# network.
-# This network must be IPv4 currently.
+# This network should be IPv4 even it is an IPv6 deployment
+# IPv6 does not have PXE boot support.
+# During OPNFV deployment it is used for node provisioning which will require
+# PXE booting as well as running a DHCP server on this network. Be sure to
+# disable any other DHCP/TFTP server on this network.
+#
+# "tenant" is the network used for tenant traffic.
+#
+# "external" is the network which should have internet or external
+# connectivity. External OpenStack networks will be configured to egress this
+# network. There can be multiple external networks, but only one assigned as
+# "public" which OpenStack public API's will register.
+#
+# "storage" is the network for storage I/O.
#
-private_network:
- enabled: true
- cidr: 11.0.0.0/24
- vlan: native
- cidr: 11.0.0.0/24
- compute_interface: nic2
- controller_interface: nic2
+# "api" is an optional network for splitting out OpenStack service API
+# communication. This should be used for IPv6 deployments.
-# "public" network is used for external connectivity.
-# The external network provides Internet access for virtual
-# machines. If floating IP range is defined for this network,
-# floating IP addresses can be used for accessing virtual
-# machines from outside of OPNFV cluster. Also external REST
-# API calls use this network.
-#
-public_network:
- enabled: true
- network_type: ''
- bridged_interface: ''
- compute_interface: nic3
- controller_interface: nic3
- vlan: native
- cidr: 2001:db8::/64
- gateway: 2001:db8::1
- provisioner_ip: 2001:db8::1
+#Meta data for the network configuration
+network-config-metadata:
+ title: LF-POD-1 Network config
+ version: 0.1
+ created: Mon Dec 28 2015
+ comment: None
-# "storage" is an optional network used by storage backends.
-# You can configure this network in order to reduce load on
-# Control Plane Network.
-#
-storage_network:
- enabled: true
- cidr: fd00:fd00:fd00:2000::/64
- vlan: native
- compute_interface: nic4
- controller_interface: nic4
+# DNS Settings
+dns-domain: opnfvlf.org
+dns-search: opnfvlf.org
+dns_nameservers:
+ - 8.8.8.8
+ - 8.8.4.4
+# NTP servers
+ntp:
+ - 0.se.pool.ntp.org
+ - 1.se.pool.ntp.org
+# Syslog server
+syslog:
+ server: 10.128.1.24
+ transport: 'tcp'
+networks: # Network configurations
+ admin: # Admin configuration (pxe and jumpstart),
+ enabled: true
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use for this network on Installer VM, native means none
+ ip: 192.0.2.1 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.0.2.11
+ - 192.0.2.99 # Usable ip range, if empty entire range is usable
+ gateway: 192.0.2.1 # Gateway (only needed when public_network is disabled)
+ cidr: 192.0.2.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24
+ dhcp_range:
+ - 192.0.2.2
+ - 192.0.2.10 # DHCP range for the admin network, if empty it will be automatically provisioned
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic1
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ members:
+ - nic1
+ #
+ tenant: # Tenant network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: 11.0.0.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ overlay_id_range: 2,65535 # Tenant network Overlay segmentation ID range:
+ # VNI, VLAN-ID, etc.
+ segmentation_type: vxlan # Tenant network segmentation type:
+ # vlan, vxlan, gre
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic2 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic2 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ #
+ external: # Can contain 1 or more external networks
+ - public: # "public" network will be the network the installer VM attaches to
+ enabled: true
+ mtu: 64000 # Public network MTU
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network (note only valid on 'public' external network)
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ ip: 2001:db8::1 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ cidr: 2001:db8::0/64
+ gateway: 2001:db8::1
+ floating_ip_range:
+ - 2001:db8:0:0:0:0:0:2
+ - 2001:db8:0:0:ffff:ffff:ffff:ffff
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic3
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic3
+ external_overlay: # External network to be created in OpenStack by Services tenant
+ name: Public_internet
+ type: flat
+ gateway: 2001:db8::1
+ #
+ storage: # Storage network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: fd00:fd00:fd00:2000::/64 # Subnet in CIDR format
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: bond # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic4 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic4
+ #
+ api: # API network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: fd00:fd00:fd00:4000::/64 # Subnet in CIDR format
+ vlan: 13 # VLAN tag to use for Overcloud hosts on this network
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: bond # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic5 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ vlan: native
+ members:
+ - nic5
-# "api" is an optional network used by internal openstack api services.
-api_network:
- enabled: true
- cidr: fd00:fd00:fd00:4000::/64
- vlan: native
- compute_interface: nic5
- controller_interface: nic5
+# JOID specific settings
+joid:
-#public_network:
-# enabled: true #If disabled, public_network traffic will collapse to admin network
-# network_type: ''
-# bridged_interface: ''
-# cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
-# gateway: 192.168.37.1
-# floating_ip_range: 192.168.37.200,192.168.37.220 #Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
-# usable_ip_range: 192.168.37.10,192.168.37.199 #Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
-# provisioner_ip: 192.168.37.1
-#
-#private_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, underlay traffic will collapse to admin_network
-# ipv6: true #This flag is only needed if cidr is not provided, and bridged_interface
-# is used for address auto detection.
-#
-#storage_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, storage_network traffic will collapse to admin network
-# ipv6: true #This flag is only needed if cidr is not provided, and bridged_interface
-# is used for address auto detection.
-#
-#api_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, api_network traffic will collapse to admin network
-# ipv6: true #This flag is only needed if cidr is not provided, and bridged_interface
-# is used for address auto detection.
-#
-#General behavior description (today's behavior, not necessarily optimal):
-# - If a network has cidr field defined, no auto detection will be done. All missing fields will be generated according to CIDR.
-# - If cidr is not specified, bridged_interface field must be specified. IP detection will be done on the system.
-# In this case, an optional ipv6 field can be specified to indicate what kind of IP discovery takes place.
-# - It is assumed the supplied cidr has enough address to generate all field today.
-# - If a field is specified, no auto generation (from cidr) or auto detection (from bridged_interface) will be performed.
-# It is assumed the value specified is correct.
-# - Any networks can be specified to be IPv6, but only private, storage and public SHOULD. No check is performed to validate this.
-#
-#Other changes
-# - All IP addresses can now be IPv4 or IPv6, we will detect the correct family and configure accordingly.
-# Note that if any network is specified to be IPv6, we consider it a IPv6 deployment. IPv6 deployment does require additional
-# configurations in resulting network environment yaml, such as enabling ipv6 support for NOVA, RABBITMQ, etc.
-# \ No newline at end of file
+# Compass specific settings
+compass:
+
+# Apex specific settings
+apex:
+ networks:
+ admin:
+ introspection_range:
+ - 192.0.2.100
+ - 192.0.2.120 # Range used for introspection phase (examining nodes)
+# Fuel specific settings
+fuel:
diff --git a/config/network/network_settings_vlans.yaml b/config/network/network_settings_vlans.yaml
index 40d6183..beeae47 100644
--- a/config/network/network_settings_vlans.yaml
+++ b/config/network/network_settings_vlans.yaml
@@ -1,102 +1,219 @@
# This configuration file defines Network Environment for a
# Baremetal Deployment of OPNFV. It contains default values
-# for 4 following networks:
+# for 5 following networks:
#
# - admin
-# - private*
-# - public
+# - tenant*
+# - external*
# - storage*
-#
+# - api*
# *) optional networks
#
-# Any values missing from this configuration file will be
-# auto-detected by deployment script from the existing network
-# configuration of the jumphost.
-#
# Optional networks will be consolidated with the admin network
-# if not explicitely configured.
+# if not explicitly configured.
#
# See short description of the networks in the comments below.
#
-
# "admin" is the short name for Control Plane Network.
-# During OPNFV deployment it is used for node provisioning so
-# PXE boot should be enabled for the related interfaces on all
-# the nodes in the OPNFV cluster. After the deployment this
-# network is used as the OpenStack management network which
-# carries e.g. communication between its internal components.
+# This network should be IPv4 even it is an IPv6 deployment
+# IPv6 does not have PXE boot support.
+# During OPNFV deployment it is used for node provisioning which will require
+# PXE booting as well as running a DHCP server on this network. Be sure to
+# disable any other DHCP/TFTP server on this network.
#
-admin_network:
- enabled: true
- network_type: bridged
- bridged_interface: ''
- bond_interfaces: ''
- usable_ip_range: 192.0.2.11,192.0.2.99
- gateway: 192.0.2.1
- provisioner_ip: 192.0.2.1
- cidr: 192.0.2.0/24
- dhcp_range: 192.0.2.2,192.0.2.10
- introspection_range: 192.0.2.100,192.0.2.120
-
-# "private" is an optional network used as underlying physical
-# network for virtual provider and tenant networks created by
-# users. Traffic between virtual machines is carried by this
-# network.
+# "tenant" is the network used for tenant traffic.
#
-private_network:
- enabled: true
- vlan: 400
- cidr: 11.0.0.0/24
-
-# "public" network is used for external connectivity.
-# The external network provides Internet access for virtual
-# machines. If floating IP range is defined for this network,
-# floating IP addresses can be used for accessing virtual
-# machines from outside of OPNFV cluster. Also external REST
-# API calls use this network.
+# "external" is the network which should have internet or external
+# connectivity. External OpenStack networks will be configured to egress this
+# network. There can be multiple external networks, but only one assigned as
+# "public" which OpenStack public API's will register.
#
-public_network:
- enabled: true
- network_type: ''
- bridged_interface: ''
- vlan: 500
- cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
- gateway: 192.168.37.1
- floating_ip_range: 192.168.37.200,192.168.37.220
- usable_ip_range: 192.168.37.10,192.168.37.199
- provisioner_ip: 192.168.37.1
-
-# "storage" is an optional network used by storage backends.
-# You can configure this network in order to reduce load on
-# Control Plane Network.
+# "storage" is the network for storage I/O.
#
-storage_network:
- enabled: true
- vlan: 200
- cidr: 12.0.0.0/24
+# "api" is an optional network for splitting out OpenStack service API
+# communication. This should be used for IPv6 deployments.
+
+
+#Meta data for the network configuration
+network-config-metadata:
+ title: LF-POD-1 Network config
+ version: 0.1
+ created: Mon Dec 28 2015
+ comment: None
+
+# DNS Settings
+dns-domain: opnfvlf.org
+dns-search: opnfvlf.org
+dns_nameservers:
+ - 8.8.8.8
+ - 8.8.4.4
+# NTP servers
+ntp:
+ - 0.se.pool.ntp.org
+ - 1.se.pool.ntp.org
+# Syslog server
+syslog:
+ server: 10.128.1.24
+ transport: 'tcp'
+
+networks: # Network configurations
+ admin: # Admin configuration (pxe and jumpstart),
+ enabled: true
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ vlan: native # VLAN tag to use for this network on Installer VM, native means none
+ ip: 192.0.2.1 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.0.2.11
+ - 192.0.2.99 # Usable ip range, if empty entire range is usable
+ gateway: 192.0.2.1 # Gateway (only needed when public_network is disabled)
+ cidr: 192.0.2.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24
+ dhcp_range:
+ - 192.0.2.2
+ - 192.0.2.10 # DHCP range for the admin network, if empty it will be automatically provisioned
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic1
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ members:
+ - nic1
+ #
+ tenant: # Tenant network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: 11.0.0.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ overlay_id_range: 2,65535 # Tenant network Overlay segmentation ID range:
+ # VNI, VLAN-ID, etc.
+ segmentation_type: vxlan # Tenant network segmentation type:
+ # vlan, vxlan, gre
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: 401 # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic1 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: 401
+ members:
+ - nic1 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ #
+ external: # Can contain 1 or more external networks
+ - public: # "public" network will be the network the installer VM attaches to
+ enabled: true
+ mtu: 64000 # Public network MTU
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network (note only valid on 'public' external network)
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ vlan: 501
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ ip: 192.168.37.12 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
+ gateway: 192.168.37.1
+ floating_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.37.200
+ - 192.168.37.220 # Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.37.10
+ - 192.168.37.199 # Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: 501 # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic1
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: 501
+ members:
+ - nic1
+ external_overlay: # External network to be created in OpenStack by Services tenant
+ name: Public_internet
+ type: flat
+ gateway: 192.168.37.1
+ - private_cloud: # another external network
+ enabled: false
+ mtu: 64000
+ installer_vm: # Network settings for the Installer VM on admin network (note only valid on 'public' external network)
+ nic_type: interface # Indicates if this VM will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
+ vlan: 501
+ members:
+ - em1 # Member Interface to bridge to for installer VM (use multiple values for bond)
+ ip: 192.168.38.12 # IP to assign to Installer VM on this network
+ cidr: 192.168.38.0/24
+ gateway: 192.168.38.1
+ floating_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.38.200
+ - 192.168.38.220 # Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
+ usable_ip_range:
+ - 192.168.38.10
+ - 192.168.38.199 # Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: interface # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: 502 # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - eth1 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: interface
+ vlan: 502
+ members:
+ - eth1
+ external_overlay: # External network to be created in OpenStack by Services tenant
+ name: private_cloud
+ type: vlan
+ segmentation_id: 101
+ gateway: 192.168.38.1
+ #
+ storage: # Storage network configuration
+ enabled: true
+ cidr: 12.0.0.0/24 # Subnet in CIDR format
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: bond # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: 201 # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic4 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ vlan: 201
+ members:
+ - nic4
+ #
+ api: # API network configuration
+ enabled: false
+ cidr: fd00:fd00:fd00:4000::/64 # Subnet in CIDR format
+ mtu: 64000 # Tenant network MTU
+ nic_mapping: # Mapping of network configuration for Overcloud Nodes
+ compute: # Mapping for compute profile (nodes that will be used as Compute nodes)
+ phys_type: bond # Physical interface type (interface or bond)
+ vlan: 101 # VLAN tag to use with this NIC
+ members: # Physical NIC members of this mapping (Single value allowed for interface phys_type)
+ - nic5 # Note, for Apex you may also use the logical nic name (found by nic order), such as "nic1"
+ controller: # Mapping for controller profile (nodes that will be used as Controller nodes)
+ phys_type: bond
+ vlan: 101
+ members:
+ - nic5
+
+# JOID specific settings
+joid:
+
+# Compass specific settings
+compass:
-#admin_network:
-# enabled: true
-# network_type: bridged #Indicates if this network will be bridged to an interface, or to a bond
-# bridged_interface: '' #Interface to bridge to for installer VM
-# bond_interfaces: '' #Interfaces to create bond with for installer VM
-# vlan: native #VLAN tag to use, native means none
-# usable_ip_range: 192.0.2.11,192.0.2.99 #Usable ip range, if empty entire range is usable, ex. 192.168.1.10,192.168.1.20
-# gateway: 192.0.2.1 #Gateway (only needed when public_network is disabled), if empty it is auto-detected
-# provisioner_ip: 192.0.2.1 #installer VM IP, if empty it is the next available IP in the admin subnet
-# cidr: 192.0.2.0/24 #subnet in CIDR format 192.168.1.0/24, if empty it will be auto-detected
-# dhcp_range: 192.0.2.2,192.0.2.10 #dhcp range for the admin network, if empty it will be automatically provisioned
-# introspection_range: 192.0.2.100,192.0.2.120 #Range used for introspection phase (examining nodes)
-#private_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, internal api traffic will collapse to admin_network
-#public_network:
-# enabled: true #If disabled, public_network traffic will collapse to admin network
-# network_type: ''
-# bridged_interface: ''
-# cidr: 192.168.37.0/24
-# gateway: 192.168.37.1
-# floating_ip_range: 192.168.37.200,192.168.37.220 #Range to allocate to floating IPs for the public network with Neutron
-# usable_ip_range: 192.168.37.10,192.168.37.199 #Usable IP range on the public network, usually this is a shared subnet
-# provisioner_ip: 192.168.37.1
-#storage_network:
-# enabled: false #If disabled, storage_network traffic will collapse to admin network
+# Apex specific settings
+apex:
+ networks:
+ admin:
+ introspection_range:
+ - 192.0.2.100
+ - 192.0.2.120 # Range used for introspection phase (examining nodes)
+# Fuel specific settings
+fuel: