salt.modules.peeringdb module

PeeringDB Module

New in version Fluorine.

Execution module for the basic interaction with the PeeringDB API.

While for GET operations (the functions prefixed by get_) the credentials are optional, there are some specific details that are visible only to authenticated users. Moreover, the credentials are required when adding or updating information. That means, the module can equally work out of the box without any further configuration with the limitations imposed by the PeeringDB API.

For complete API documentation, please refer to https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/.

Configuration (in the opts or Pillar):

peeringdb:
  username: salt
  password: 5@1t
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_fac(**kwargs)

Return the details of the facility identified using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible facilities registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/netfac/netfac_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_fac id=1774
salt '*' peeringdb.get_fac state=UT
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_ix(**kwargs)

Return the details of an IX (Internet Exchange) using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible IXs registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/ix/ix_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_ix id=1
salt '*' peeringdb.get_ix city='Milwaukee'
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_ixfac(**kwargs)

Return the details of an IX (Internet Exchange) facility using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible IX facilities registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/ixfac/ixfac_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_ixfac id=1
salt '*' peeringdb.get_ixfac city='Milwaukee'
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_ixlan(**kwargs)

Return the details of an IX (Internet Exchange) together with the networks available in this location (and their details), using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible IX LAN facilities registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/ixlan/ixlan_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_ixlan id=780
salt '*' peeringdb.get_ixlan city='Milwaukee'
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_ixpfx(**kwargs)

Return the details of an IX (Internet Exchange) together with the PeeringDB IDs of the networks available in this location, using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible IX LAN facilities registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/ixpfx/ixpfx_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_ixpfx id=780
salt '*' peeringdb.get_ixpfx city='Milwaukee'
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_net(**kwargs)

Return the details of a network identified using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible networks registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/net/net_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_net id=4224
salt '*' peeringdb.get_net asn=13335
salt '*' peeringdb.get_net city='Salt Lake City'
salt '*' peeringdb.get_net name__startswith=GTT
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_netfac(**kwargs)

Return the list of facilities used by a particular network, given the id or other filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible network facilities registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/netfac/netfac_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_netfac id=780
salt '*' peeringdb.get_netfac city='Milwaukee'
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_netixlan(**kwargs)

Return the IP addresses used by a particular network at all the IXs where it is available. The network is selected either via the id argument or the other filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible IP addresses, of all networks, at all IXs, registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/netixlan/netixlan_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_netixlan asn=13335
salt '*' peeringdb.get_netixlan ipaddr4=185.1.114.25
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_org(**kwargs)

Return the details of an organisation together with the networks available in this location, using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible organisations registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/org/org_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_org id=2
salt '*' peeringdb.get_org city=Duesseldorf
salt.modules.peeringdb.get_poc(**kwargs)

Return the details of a person of contact together using the search filters specified in the query.

Note

If no id or filter arguments are specified, it will return all the possible contacts registered in PeeringDB.

The available filters are documented at: https://www.peeringdb.com/apidocs/#!/poc/poc_list

CLI Example:

salt '*' peeringdb.get_poc id=6721
salt '*' peeringdb.get_poc email__contains='@cloudflare.com'