salt.modules.neutronng

Neutron module for interacting with OpenStack Neutron

New in version 2018.3.0.

:depends:shade

Example configuration

neutron:
  cloud: default
neutron:
  auth:
    username: admin
    password: password123
    user_domain_name: mydomain
    project_name: myproject
    project_domain_name: myproject
    auth_url: https://example.org:5000/v3
  identity_api_version: 3
salt.modules.neutronng.compare_changes(obj, **kwargs)

Compare two dicts returning only keys that exist in the first dict and are different in the second one

salt.modules.neutronng.get_openstack_cloud(auth=None)

Return an openstack_cloud

salt.modules.neutronng.get_operator_cloud(auth=None)

Return an operator_cloud

salt.modules.neutronng.list_networks(auth=None, **kwargs)

List networks

filters
A Python dictionary of filter conditions to push down

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.list_networks
salt '*' neutronng.list_networks           filters='{"tenant_id": "1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548"}'
salt.modules.neutronng.list_subnets(auth=None, **kwargs)

List subnets

filters
A Python dictionary of filter conditions to push down

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.list_subnets
salt '*' neutronng.list_subnets           filters='{"tenant_id": "1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548"}'
salt.modules.neutronng.network_create(auth=None, **kwargs)

Create a network

name
Name of the network being created
shared
: False
If True, set the network as shared
admin_state_up
: True
If True, Set the network administrative state to "up"
external
: False
Control whether or not this network is externally accessible
provider
An optional Python dictionary of network provider options
project_id
The project ID on which this network will be created

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.network_create name=network2           shared=True admin_state_up=True external=True

salt '*' neutronng.network_create name=network3           provider='{"network_type": "vlan",                     "segmentation_id": "4010",                     "physical_network": "provider"}'           project_id=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.network_delete(auth=None, **kwargs)

Delete a network

name_or_id
Name or ID of the network being deleted

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.network_delete name_or_id=network1
salt '*' neutronng.network_delete name_or_id=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.network_get(auth=None, **kwargs)

Get a single network

filters
A Python dictionary of filter conditions to push down

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.network_get name=XLB4
salt.modules.neutronng.security_group_create(auth=None, **kwargs)

Create a security group. Use security_group_get to create default.

project_id
The project ID on which this security group will be created

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_create name=secgroup1           description="Very secure security group"
salt '*' neutronng.security_group_create name=secgroup1           description="Very secure security group"           project_id=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.security_group_delete(auth=None, **kwargs)

Delete a security group

name_or_id
The name or unique ID of the security group

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_delete name_or_id=secgroup1
salt.modules.neutronng.security_group_get(auth=None, **kwargs)

Get a single security group. This will create a default security group if one does not exist yet for a particular project id.

filters
A Python dictionary of filter conditions to push down

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_get           name=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_get           name=default          filters='{"tenant_id":"2e778bb64ca64a199eb526b5958d8710"}'
salt.modules.neutronng.security_group_rule_create(auth=None, **kwargs)

Create a rule in a security group

secgroup_name_or_id
The security group name or ID to associate with this security group rule. If a non-unique group name is given, an exception is raised.
port_range_min
The minimum port number in the range that is matched by the security group rule. If the protocol is TCP or UDP, this value must be less than or equal to the port_range_max attribute value. If nova is used by the cloud provider for security groups, then a value of None will be transformed to -1.
port_range_max
The maximum port number in the range that is matched by the security group rule. The port_range_min attribute constrains the port_range_max attribute. If nova is used by the cloud provider for security groups, then a value of None will be transformed to -1.
protocol
The protocol that is matched by the security group rule. Valid values are None, tcp, udp, and icmp.
remote_ip_prefix
The remote IP prefix to be associated with this security group rule. This attribute matches the specified IP prefix as the source IP address of the IP packet.
remote_group_id
The remote group ID to be associated with this security group rule
direction
Either ingress or egress; the direction in which the security group rule is applied. For a compute instance, an ingress security group rule is applied to incoming (ingress) traffic for that instance. An egress rule is applied to traffic leaving the instance
ethertype
Must be IPv4 or IPv6, and addresses represented in CIDR must match the ingress or egress rules
project_id
Specify the project ID this security group will be created on (admin-only)

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_rule_create          secgroup_name_or_id=secgroup1

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_rule_create          secgroup_name_or_id=secgroup2 port_range_min=8080          port_range_max=8080 direction='egress'

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_rule_create          secgroup_name_or_id=c0e1d1ce-7296-405e-919d-1c08217be529          protocol=icmp project_id=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.security_group_rule_delete(auth=None, **kwargs)

Delete a security group

name_or_id
The unique ID of the security group rule

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_rule_delete name_or_id=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.security_group_update(secgroup=None, auth=None, **kwargs)

Update a security group

secgroup
Name, ID or Raw Object of the security group to update
name
New name for the security group
description
New description for the security group

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.security_group_update secgroup=secgroup1           description="Very secure security group"
salt '*' neutronng.security_group_update secgroup=secgroup1           description="Very secure security group"           project_id=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.setup_clouds(auth=None)

Call functions to create Shade cloud objects in __context__ to take advantage of Shade's in-memory caching across several states

salt.modules.neutronng.subnet_create(auth=None, **kwargs)

Create a subnet

network_name_or_id
The unique name or ID of the attached network. If a non-unique name is supplied, an exception is raised.
cidr
The CIDR
ip_version
The IP version, which is 4 or 6.
enable_dhcp
: False
Set to True if DHCP is enabled and False if disabled
subnet_name
The name of the subnet
tenant_id
The ID of the tenant who owns the network. Only administrative users can specify a tenant ID other than their own.
allocation_pools
A list of dictionaries of the start and end addresses for the allocation pools.
gateway_ip
The gateway IP address. When you specify both allocation_pools and gateway_ip, you must ensure that the gateway IP does not overlap with the specified allocation pools.
disable_gateway_ip
: False
Set to True if gateway IP address is disabled and False if enabled. It is not allowed with gateway_ip.
dns_nameservers
A list of DNS name servers for the subnet
host_routes
A list of host route dictionaries for the subnet
ipv6_ra_mode
IPv6 Router Advertisement mode. Valid values are dhcpv6-stateful, dhcpv6-stateless, or slaac.
ipv6_address_mode
IPv6 address mode. Valid values are dhcpv6-stateful, dhcpv6-stateless, or slaac.
use_default_subnetpool
If True, use the default subnetpool for ip_version to obtain a CIDR. It is required to pass None to the cidr argument when enabling this option.

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.subnet_create network_name_or_id=network1
  subnet_name=subnet1

salt '*' neutronng.subnet_create subnet_name=subnet2          network_name_or_id=network2 enable_dhcp=True           allocation_pools='[{"start": "192.168.199.2",                              "end": "192.168.199.254"}]'          gateway_ip='192.168.199.1' cidr=192.168.199.0/24

salt '*' neutronng.subnet_create network_name_or_id=network1           subnet_name=subnet1 dns_nameservers='["8.8.8.8", "8.8.8.7"]'
salt.modules.neutronng.subnet_delete(auth=None, **kwargs)

Delete a subnet

name
Name or ID of the subnet to update

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.subnet_delete name=subnet1
salt '*' neutronng.subnet_delete           name=1dcac318a83b4610b7a7f7ba01465548
salt.modules.neutronng.subnet_get(auth=None, **kwargs)

Get a single subnet

filters
A Python dictionary of filter conditions to push down

CLI Example:

salt '*' neutronng.subnet_get name=subnet1
salt.modules.neutronng.subnet_update(auth=None, **kwargs)

Update a subnet

name_or_id
Name or ID of the subnet to update
subnet_name
The new name of the subnet
enable_dhcp
Set to True if DHCP is enabled and False if disabled
gateway_ip
The gateway IP address. When you specify both allocation_pools and gateway_ip, you must ensure that the gateway IP does not overlap with the specified allocation pools.
disable_gateway_ip
: False
Set to True if gateway IP address is disabled and False if enabled. It is not allowed with gateway_ip.
allocation_pools
A list of dictionaries of the start and end addresses for the allocation pools.
dns_nameservers
A list of DNS name servers for the subnet
host_routes
A list of host route dictionaries for the subnet
salt '*' neutronng.subnet_update name=subnet1 subnet_name=subnet2
salt '*' neutronng.subnet_update name=subnet1 dns_nameservers='["8.8.8.8", "8.8.8.7"]'