Examples from OSM Hackfests

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Examples from the 4th OSM Hackfest

Hackfest material

Examples

Basic VNF and NS

VNF diagram

Hackfest simple vnf.png

VNF descriptor

NS diagram

Hackfest simple ns.png

NS descriptor

Testing with OSM client

  • Onboard VNF packages
osm vnfd-create hackfest_basic_vnf.tar.gz
osm vnfd-list
osm vnfd-show hackfest_basic-vnf
  • Onboard NS packages
osm nsd-create hackfest_basic_ns.tar.gz
osm nsd-list
osm nsd-show hackfest_basic-ns
  • Instantiate
osm ns-create --ns_name hf_basic --nsd_name hackfest_basic-ns \
  --vim_account <VIM_ACCOUNT_NAME>|<VIM_ACCOUNT_ID> \
  --ssh_keys <KEY1_PUBKEY_FILE> \
  --config '{vld: [ {name: mgmtnet, vim-network-name: <VIM_MGMT_NAME>} ] }'
  • Check NS status
osm ns-list
osm ns-show hf_basic
  • Check VNF instances to see the instance and get the mgmt IP address of the VNF
osm vnf-list
osm vnf-show <VNF ID>
  • Connect to the VNF
ssh -i <priv_key> ubuntu@<IP>

Testing with OSM UI

  • Onboard VNF package
Go to VNF packages
Drag and drop the VNF package to the ...
  • Onboard NS package
Drag and drop the NS package to the ...
  • Instantiate NS
Go to NS packages
In hackfest_basic-ns, click in “Actions: Instantiate NS”
Complete the form:
    -Add a name to the NS instance
    -Select the Datacenter where the NS will be deployed
    -Specify in the config section a default VIM network name to map “mgmtnet”:
    -Paste your public SSH key to get access to the VNF (VMs need to have cloud-init enabled, in this case the hackfest basic example has cloud-init)
  • Connect to the VNF:
ssh -i <priv_key> ubuntu@<IP>

Multi-VDU VNF

VNF diagram

Hackfest multivdu vnf.png

VNF descriptor

NS diagram

Hackfest multivdu ns.png

NS descriptor

Testing with OSM client

  • Onboard VNF packages
osm vnfd-create hackfest_multivdu_vnf.tar.gz
osm vnfd-list
osm vnfd-show hackfest_multivdu-vnf
  • Onboard NS packages
osm nsd-create hackfest_multivdu_ns.tar.gz
osm nsd-list
osm nsd-show hackfest_multivdu-ns
  • Instantiate
osm ns-create --ns_name hf_multivdu --nsd_name hackfest_multivdu-ns \
  --vim_account <VIM_ACCOUNT_NAME>|<VIM_ACCOUNT_ID> 
  • Check NS status
osm ns-list
osm ns-show hf_multivdu
  • Check VNF instances to see the instance and get the mgmt IP address of the VNF
osm vnf-list
osm vnf-show <VNF ID>
  • Connect to the VNF
ssh osm@<IP> (pwd:osm4u)

Testing with OSM UI

  • Onboard VNF package
Go to VNF packages
Drag and drop the VNF package to the ...
  • Onboard NS package
Drag and drop the NS package to the ...
  • Instantiate NS
Go to NS packages
In hackfest_multivdu-ns, click in “Actions: Instantiate NS”
    -Complete the form
    -Add a name to the NS instance
    -Select the Datacenter where the NS will be deployed
    -Specify in the config section a default VIM network name to map “MGMTNET”:
    -Click the info button to see the mgmt IP address
  • Connect to each VNF:
ssh osm@<IP>  (pwd:osm4u)

VNF with Day-0 configuration

VNF diagram

Cloudinit vnf.png

VNF descriptor

NS diagram

Cloudinit ns.png

NS descriptor

Testing with OSM client

  • Onboard VNF packages
osm vnfd-create hackfest_cloudinit_vnfd.tar.gz
osm vnfd-list
osm vnfd-show hackfest_cloudinit-vnf
  • Onboard NS packages
osm nsd-create hackfest_cloudinit_nsd.tar.gz
osm nsd-list
osm nsd-show hackfest_cloudinit-ns
  • Instantiate
osm ns-create --ns_name hf_cloudinit --nsd_name hackfest_cloudinit-ns \
  --vim_account <VIM_ACCOUNT_NAME>|<VIM_ACCOUNT_ID> 
  • Check NS status
osm ns-list
osm ns-show hf_cloudinit
  • Check VNF instances to see the instance and get the mgmt IP address of the VNF
osm vnf-list
osm vnf-show <VNF ID>
  • Connect to the VNF
ssh osm@<IP> (pwd:osm4u)  #The password to the default user was injected via cloud-init
    Check that Cloud init worked:
         sudo ls /root/helloworld.txt
         sudo cat /root/helloworld.txt

Testing with OSM UI

  • Onboard VNF package
Go to VNF packages
Drag and drop the VNF package to the ...
  • Onboard NS package
Drag and drop the NS package to the ...
  • Instantiate NS
Go to NS packages
In hackfest_cloudinit-ns, click in “Actions: Instantiate NS”
    -Complete the form
    -Add a name to the NS instance
    -Select the Datacenter where the NS will be deployed
    -Specify in the config section a default VIM network name to map “MGMTNET”:
    -Click the info button to see the mgmt IP address
  • Connect to the VNF
ssh osm@<IP> (pwd:osm4u)  #The password to the default user was injected via cloud-init
    Check that Cloud init worked:
         sudo ls /root/helloworld.txt
         sudo cat /root/helloworld.txt

VNF with EPA requirements

VNF diagram

Epasriov vnf.jpg

VNF descriptor

NS diagram

Hackfest epasriov ns.png

NS descriptor

Testing with OSM client

  • Onboard VNF packages
osm vnfd-create hackfest_epasriov_vnf.tar.gz
osm vnfd-list
osm vnfd-show hackfest_epasriov-vnf
  • Onboard NS packages
osm nsd-create hackfest_epasriov_ns.tar.gz
osm nsd-list
osm nsd-show hackfest_epasriov-ns
  • Instantiate
osm ns-create --ns_name hf_epasriov --nsd_name hackfest_epasriov-ns \
  --vim_account <VIM_ACCOUNT_NAME>|<VIM_ACCOUNT_ID> 
  • Check NS status
osm ns-list
osm ns-show hf_epasriov
  • Check VNF instances to see the instance and get the mgmt IP address of the VNF
osm vnf-list
osm vnf-show <VNF ID>
  • Connect to the VNF (Do the same in both VNFs)
ssh ubuntu@<MGMT_IP> (pwd:osm4u)  #The password to the default user was injected via cloud-init
    Check that EPA is working:
         ssh -i test4.pem ubuntu<IP_dataVM>
         Run pktgen

Testing with OSM UI

  • Onboard VNF package
Go to VNF packages
Drag and drop the VNF package to the ...
  • Onboard NS package
Drag and drop the NS package to the ...
  • Instantiate NS
Go to NS packages
In hackfest_epasriov-ns, click in “Actions: Instantiate NS”
    -Complete the form
    -Add a name to the NS instance
    -Select the Datacenter where the NS will be deployed
    -Specify in the config section a default VIM network name to map “MGMTNET”:
    -Click the info button to see the mgmt IP address
  • Connect to the VNF (Do the same in both VNFs)
ssh ubuntu@<MGMT_IP> (pwd:osm4u)  #The password to the default user was injected via cloud-init
    Check that EPA is working:
         ssh -i test4.pem ubuntu<IP_dataVM>
         Run pktgen

VNF with Day-1/Day-2 configuration (adding a charm)

VNF diagram

Simplecharm vnf.jpg

VNF descriptor

NS diagram

Simplecharm ns.jpg

NS descriptor

Testing with OSM client

  • Onboard VNF packages
osm vnfd-create hackfest3_simplecharm_vnf.tar.gz
osm vnfd-list
osm vnfd-show hackfest3charmed-vnf
  • Onboard NS packages
osm nsd-create hackfest_simplecharm_ns.tar.gz
osm nsd-list
osm nsd-show hackfest3charmed-ns
  • Instantiate
osm ns-create --ns_name hackfest3charmed --nsd_name hackfest3charmed-ns \
  --vim_account <VIM_ACCOUNT_NAME>|<VIM_ACCOUNT_ID> 
  • Check NS status
osm ns-list
osm ns-show hackfest3charmed
  • Check VNF instances to see the instance and get the mgmt IP address of the VNF
osm vnf-list
osm vnf-show <VNF ID>
  • Connect to the VNF (Do the same in both VNFs) and check the Charm
ssh ubuntu@<MGMT_IP> (pwd:osm4u)  #The password to the default user was injected via cloud-init
Check that file /home/ubuntu/first-touch exists (this file is created by the charm):
ls  /home/ubuntu/first-touch
  • Create the action for the Charm
osm ns-action hackfest3charmed --vnf_name 1 --action_name touch --params '{filename: /home/ubuntu/mytouch1}' (Returns an operation ID)
osm ns-op-list hackfest3charmed
osm ns-op-show OP_ID
  • Check that the file were created from the actions
ssh ubuntu@<MGMT_IP>
ls /home/ubuntu/mytouch1


Testing with OSM UI

  • Onboard VNF package
Go to VNF packages
Drag and drop the VNF package to the ...
  • Onboard NS package
Drag and drop the NS package to the ...
  • Instantiate NS
Go to NS packages
In hackfest3-simplecharm-ns, click in “Actions: Instantiate NS”
    -Complete the form
    -Add a name to the NS instance
    -Select the Datacenter where the NS will be deployed
    -Specify in the config section a default VIM network name to map “MGMTNET”:
    -Click the info button to see the mgmt IP address
  • Connect to the VNF (Do the same in both VNFs) and check the Charm
ssh ubuntu@<MGMT_IP> (pwd:osm4u)  #The password to the default user was injected via cloud-init
Check that file /home/ubuntu/first-touch exists (this file is created by the charm):
ls  /home/ubuntu/first-touch
  • Create the action for the Charm
osm ns-action hackfest3charmed --vnf_name 1 --action_name touch --params '{filename: /home/ubuntu/mytouch1}' (Returns an operation ID)
osm ns-op-list hackfest3charmed
osm ns-op-show OP_ID
  • Check that the file were created from the actions
ssh ubuntu@<MGMT_IP>
ls /home/ubuntu/mytouch1