Some Nuage Labs’ resources for NUTS

Hi there. I am just taking some tools over here, which I am normally using with Nuage’s labs (template: “Nuage VSP 3.2R4 with Red Hat OSP7 – blank”). More of these are being tested at Nuts ( A limited access labs we normally use to amaze customers). However, you can use them and modify them for your own purpose.

Use these scripts at your own risk. If you don’t know what they do, don’t use them (don’t make me say you later: “I told you!”)

neutron-lbaasv2-agent

A script file has been created to easily setup all what I explain in my previous post “INSTALLING OPENSTACK KILO (RED HAT OSP7) LBAAS WITH @NUAGENETWORKS VSP 3.2R4 (HAPROXY)”. It’s funny to see something that took me days is done in just 15min now.

It requires some files related to neutron, openvswitch and lbaas-agent configurations. Also, you will have to download VRS setup files from ALU’s support site: Nuage-VRS-3.2.4-133-el7.tar.gz.

All the files can be downloaded from my Bitbucket’s repo nuage-nuts-lbaas-install or download tar.gz file

I ‘ve added some additional steps to my previous posts. An update of our neutron’s nuage part from v3.2R4 to R5. Files must be downloaded from our support site:

  • nuagenetlib-2015.1.3.2.6_198-nuage.noarch.rpm
  • nuage-openstack-neutron-2015.1.1785-nuage.noarch.rpm
  • nuage-openstack-neutronclient-2015.1.1785-nuage.noarch.rpm

Get Nuage VSD domain’s details from command-line

A python small app that I built from some examples at Philippe Dellaert’s repo at Github. I personally hate to switch over to GUI many times to just get a couple of values. This app helps you to get details about your L3 domains, subnets and instances. You will also get expiration date of your Nuage VSP license.

Before to run any of these applications you have to install the following packages. (if you’ve installed neutron-lbaasv2-agent as I’ve showed in the previous section, you don’t need to add more repos to yum):


yum -y install python-pip
pip install bamboo
pip install vspk

Download list-domains-enterprise.py from here, and you’re done!

 
[root@os-controller python-files(kyst_adm)]# python list-domains-enterprise.py

License expiration date: 2016-12-31 15:59:59

Domains inside Enterprise OpenStack_Nuage_Lab
|- Domain: d24798fb-173d-483b-a6c8-c0949992584b
    |- Zone: def_zone-f4eac814-7543-4b5b-878a-cc95169d9762
        |- Subnets: 0240310e-d0da-4b78-9d50-fe67354123ac - 192.168.51.0 - 255.255.255.0
            |- Instance: instance-00000009
        |- Subnets: 02814ccd-e9ce-4415-9814-c0dcb71ec0f1 - 192.168.53.0 - 255.255.255.0
        |- Subnets: 1eaa4236-9c3a-4a83-9234-e5386fbeebf6 - 192.168.52.0 - 255.255.255.0
        |- Subnets: 45916c43-0f29-48bf-9fdd-332a2c99be5f - 172.16.1.0 - 255.255.255.0
        |- Subnets: d745c011-0573-4c00-b805-63d10dd397c3 - 192.168.54.0 - 255.255.255.0
    |- Zone: def_zone-pub-f4eac814-7543-4b5b-878a-cc95169d9762
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Source your OpenStack credentials

Source OS credentials will save you time to manage your resources thru CLI. It’s a trivial thing. However, if you didn’t know it. I’m taking you my personal file (admin.source):


export OS_USERNAME=admin
export OS_TENANT_NAME=admin
export OS_PASSWORD=sag81-sled
export OS_AUTH_URL=http://10.0.0.10:5000/v2.0/
export OS_REGION_NAME=RegionOne
export PS1='[\u@\h \W(kyst_adm)]\$ '

Create this file and use it as the following:


[root@os-controller ~]# neutron --os-username admin --os-password sag81-sled --os-tenant-name admin --os-auth-url http://10.0.0.10:5000/v2.0/ net-list 
+--------------------------------------+------------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| id                                   | name             | subnets                                            |
+--------------------------------------+------------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| b1a4897a-d6e8-4a0f-ae13-41a6bc40cea5 | private          | 45916c43-0f29-48bf-9fdd-332a2c99be5f 172.16.1.0/24 |
| 2f61f543-214f-462f-afb7-182ec816abe9 | external_network | 8f73aa92-e8af-454b-bffe-55c72257453b 10.0.1.0/24   |
+--------------------------------------+------------------+----------------------------------------------------+

[root@os-controller ~]# source admin.source 
[root@os-controller ~(kyst_adm)]# neutron net-list
+--------------------------------------+------------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| id                                   | name             | subnets                                            |
+--------------------------------------+------------------+----------------------------------------------------+
| b1a4897a-d6e8-4a0f-ae13-41a6bc40cea5 | private          | 45916c43-0f29-48bf-9fdd-332a2c99be5f 172.16.1.0/24 |
| 2f61f543-214f-462f-afb7-182ec816abe9 | external_network | 8f73aa92-e8af-454b-bffe-55c72257453b 10.0.1.0/24   |
+--------------------------------------+------------------+----------------------------------------------------+

Populate your admin tenant

I did this script (add-things-to-admin.py) as soon as create my second lab at Nuts. I didn’t want to create instances and networks manually every time. That helps me to save time and start showing the awesomeness of Nuage just some minutes after I’ve got the lab running.

The app isn’t perfect. You can take it from where I left it. You can argue the same thing could be done thru heat. In fact, I have some nice yaml files that I will gather and share later.

Anyway, when you run the script should show the following (don’t forget to get ssh access from security groups or VSD if you want to access any instance by its floating IP)


[root@os-controller python-files(kyst_adm)]# python nuts.adm.v3.py 
Creating keypair: mykey...
mykey done
Network b9e6f9a3-fba4-4d3f-8b37-8e0c4d6e8178 created
Sub-Network e83eab12-a231-4d4a-a334-9fded03052f5 created
Port {u'subnet_id': u'e83eab12-a231-4d4a-a334-9fded03052f5', u'tenant_id': u'63d41744393243b6a51a95c6063fe4c1', u'subnet_ids': [u'e83eab12-a231-4d4a-a334-9fded03052f5'], u'port_id': u'e7172f8f-0458-49e8-aa1c-a27a70bcc006', u'id': u'd24798fb-173d-483b-a6c8-c0949992584b'} created
Network ff207aff-08b7-40a9-9ce0-1b03fda1b1f9 created
Sub-Network 5ced7285-974c-4a1e-83c7-8f8c809a1de4 created
Port {u'subnet_id': u'5ced7285-974c-4a1e-83c7-8f8c809a1de4', u'tenant_id': u'63d41744393243b6a51a95c6063fe4c1', u'subnet_ids': [u'5ced7285-974c-4a1e-83c7-8f8c809a1de4'], u'port_id': u'149b327f-396b-4825-838f-a94f60fdd3bb', u'id': u'd24798fb-173d-483b-a6c8-c0949992584b'} created
Network 7e643f6d-1979-4b1a-aae0-f5330dc791cc created
Sub-Network da6afb58-2d40-4572-b0e0-60a0a828d836 created
Port {u'subnet_id': u'da6afb58-2d40-4572-b0e0-60a0a828d836', u'tenant_id': u'63d41744393243b6a51a95c6063fe4c1', u'subnet_ids': [u'da6afb58-2d40-4572-b0e0-60a0a828d836'], u'port_id': u'7c5cc123-dd64-486c-95ac-81563edec87e', u'id': u'd24798fb-173d-483b-a6c8-c0949992584b'} created
Network 98d5b2ad-c8c0-4558-bdc2-617d4ad2fffa created
Sub-Network 9ceb8391-e525-4c30-a0bf-d4551e77814f created
Port {u'subnet_id': u'9ceb8391-e525-4c30-a0bf-d4551e77814f', u'tenant_id': u'63d41744393243b6a51a95c6063fe4c1', u'subnet_ids': [u'9ceb8391-e525-4c30-a0bf-d4551e77814f'], u'port_id': u'2e759115-c594-4196-8059-e27dde410395', u'id': u'd24798fb-173d-483b-a6c8-c0949992584b'} created
Port cb285691-2681-4911-86fe-e413d8d7d0a3 created
Booting instance...Creating floating ip...Port abb19e89-9cf7-4113-8646-30e9e4c64ee0 created
Booting instance...Creating floating ip...Port f546cecb-ba5f-4c6b-a368-105257754fdc created
Booting instance...Creating floating ip...Port da35424f-3e59-4e87-a961-f94c0022e43b created
Booting instance...Creating floating ip...done
[root@os-controller python-files(kyst_adm)]# ping 10.0.1.5
PING 10.0.1.5 (10.0.1.5) 56(84) bytes of data.
64 bytes from 10.0.1.5: icmp_seq=1 ttl=61 time=4.61 ms
64 bytes from 10.0.1.5: icmp_seq=2 ttl=61 time=1.24 ms
64 bytes from 10.0.1.5: icmp_seq=3 ttl=61 time=1.42 ms

The OS image is got from internet (http://cloud.centos.org/centos/7/images/CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud-1508.qcow2), and also nothing more is required for this python app than the basic stuff that is already loaded into the controller. Just be aware the VSD license is not expired. Once you run this app, you can use os-controller’s root private key to access any server thru their floating IPs (starting at 10.0.1.4 is you don’t use it before).

You will get four OpenStack managed private networks/subnets already connected to the router. All components can be managed by neutron after.

nuage openstack nuts python script

Enjoy and see you next time!

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