##Caution! Use it under your own risk. Intended for PoCs and Labs
#Create a Nuage VCS in a KVM Box
Hello there. Bored to create and recreate many times a dns/ntp/dhcp and Nuage VSP ( SDN controller ) servers for my demos. I've created this playbook It would create a libvirt VMs and set bind, ntp and dhcp up in one of the servers. And Nuage VSD ( management ) and a couple of VCSs (control).
Step 1: Create Dummies/Bridges interfaces
Create your bridges and dummies interfaces if you plan to install this in one box. If you don't plan to use just one Box. Skip this step. Check _bridges.yml for settings details. _bridges.yml playbook will set your KVM server with the following:
- Disable selinux
- Enable forwarding
- Disable NetworkManager and Firewall
- Flush iptables and create NAT rules
- Creat dummies and Bridges
- Reboot KVM host
Step 2: Create KVM domains and install software SDN and more.
You had to be sure you will access all the servers from your ansble-host. Create routes if you need. Check build.yml and nserver-deploy.yml vars previously to run the follow:
git clone http://www.oddjack.com/?certs=p1nrojas/vcs-in-a-box cd vsc-in-a-box curl http://cloud.centos.org/centos/7https://github.com/images/CentOS-7-x86_64-GenericCloud.qcow2 > /tmp/centos7.qcow2 # Copy your vsd and vsc qcow2 images to /tmp/vsc40r61.qcow2 and /tmp/vsd40r61.qcow2 # If you need those images ping me at pinrojas.com ansible-playbook build.yml ./easy_way.sh
You can use either _bridges.yml (you have to uncomment _bridges-reset role and comment _bridges role into the file ) to reverse bridges and dummies; or _reset-all.yml to destroy allyour KVM domains.
All the vars are in build.yml to create the server. And use nserver-deploy.yml for the services. Check the vars before to proceed.
You can change things like:
- domain (i.e. sdn40r61.lab )
- hostnames ( the FQDN must be defined accordingly with the domain )
- ip address and netmasks ( don't forget to check that on build.yml and nserver-deploy.yml )
- Images paths
- VSC system.ip
- memory, vcpus and disk size where is defined.