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network_interfaces_v2 (13) Versions 2.5.1

Providers for configuring network on Ubuntu, RHEL, and Windows

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cookbook 'network_interfaces_v2', '= 2.5.1'
cookbook 'network_interfaces_v2', '= 2.5.1', :supermarket
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Cookbook network_interfaces_v2

Build Status

A cookbook containing providers for defining network interfaces.

Supported Platforms

  • RHEL 6.x
  • Ubuntu >= 12.x
  • Windows 2012R2

Semi-supported

These operating systems are not currently being tested on but have been confirmed by other users to be working.

  • RHEL 7.x
  • Windows 2008R2
    • Works if PowerShell/WMF 4.0 is present, which can be installed via network_interfaces_v2::powershell_installer recipe

Usage

Add depends 'network_interfaces_v2' to your cookbook metadata.rb file. This will give you access to the providers documented below.

Recipes

default

Does nothing and does not need to be included.

powershell_installer

Installs WMF 4.0 for Windows 2008 R2 which is a prereq for this cookbook's providers to work on Windows 2008 R2.

network_interface

Provider for managing network interfaces.

Attributes

  • device (REQUIRED) - Device name
  • onboot (default: true) - Wether or not to online device on boot
  • bootproto (default: 'dhcp') - Device protocol
  • bond_mode - Bonding mode
  • address - IP address
  • netmask - Netmask
  • gateway - Gateway IP address
  • broadcast - Broadcast address
  • mtu - MTU
  • hw_address - MAC address of device to configure
  • vlan
    • debian - VLAN device interface
    • RHEL - true/false if device defined is a VLAN interface
    • Win - Integer VlanID to tag to defined device
  • post_up - Post up command to run after modifying the interface
  • reload (default: true) - Wether or not to reload the device on config changes
  • reload_type (default: :immediately) - When to reload device on config changes
  • cookbook (default: 'network_interfaces_v2') - Cookbook to look for template files in
  • source (default: 'ifcfg.erb') - Template file to use for interface config

Debian Only Attributes

  • bridge_stp (true/false) - Wether to enable/disable bridge STP. Applies to debian only.
  • bridge_ports - Array of interfaces to add to defined bridge
  • metric -
  • bond_slaves - Array of interfaces to add to defined bond
  • pre_up (default: 'sleep 2')- Pre up command
  • up - Up command
  • post_up - Post up command
  • pre_down - Pre down command
  • down - Down command
  • post_down - Post down command
  • custom - Hash of extra attributes to put in device config

RHEL Only Attributes

  • prefix - Netmask length (e.g. 24 for 255.255.255.0)
  • dns - Array of DNS servers
  • type - Protocol Type. Applies to RHEL only.
  • bond_master - Device that is the bond master for defined device. Applies to RHEL only.
  • nm_controlled (default: false)- If device should be controlled by network manager.
  • type (default: 'Ethernet') -
  • ipv6init - true/false
  • nozeroconf - true/false
  • userctl - true/false
  • peerdns - true/false
  • bridge_device - Bridge to add defined interface to
  • devicetype - Set the type of device (e.g. 'ovs')
  • ovs_bridge - OVS Bridge to bind ovs port to (primarily used when type is set as 'OVSPort')
  • dns_domain - DNS domain

Windows Only Attributes

  • hw_address - Can be used to define what device to manage
  • index - Can be used to define what device to manage
  • dns - Array of DNS servers
  • dns_domain - DNS domain
  • ddns - true/false dynamic dns registration
  • netbios - Enable/Disable netbios on the interface. Valid values: true, false, 'dhcp'

Providers

Long name Short name
Chef::Provider::NetworkInterface::Rhel rhel_network_interface
Chef::Provider::NetworkInterface::Debian debian_network_interface
Chef::Provider::NetworkInterface::Win win_network_interface

Examples

Basic example: ruby network_interface 'eth1' do bootproto 'static' address '10.12.10.11' netmask '255.255.255.0' gateway '10.12.10.1' end

Two interface DHCP bond0 on rhel family ```ruby network_interface 'eth1' do bootproto 'none' bond_master 'bond0' end

network_interface 'eth2' do bootproto 'none' bond_master 'bond0' end

network_interface 'bond0' do bond_mode 'mode=1 miimon=100' end ```

Two interface DHCP bond0 on debian family ```ruby network_interface 'bond0' do bond_slaves ['eth1', 'eth2'] bond_mode '0' end

network_interface 'eth1' do bootproto 'manual' bond_master 'bond0' end

network_interface 'eth2' do bootproto 'manual' bond_master 'bond0' end ```

On windows manage device with MAC '00-25-B5-5B-00-25', name it 'eth2', make it DHCP (default bootproto) and VLAN tagged to VLAN 12 ruby network_interface 'eth2' do hw_address '00-25-B5-5B-00-25' vlan 12 end

Testing

bundle exec rubocop
bundle exec foodcritic -f any -X spec .
bundle exec rspec --color --format progress
bundle exec kitchen test

License and Authors

Author:: Jacob McCann (jacob.mccann2@target.com)

Based on work from https://github.com/redguide/network_interfaces

Copyright:: 2015, Target Corporation

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
limitations under the License.

2.5.1

  • Fix RHEL configs from on/off to yes/no

2.5.0

  • Add powershell installer for Windows 2008 R2 to allow cookbook to work

2.4.1

  • bug: Fix win_interface to be able to manage interfae via index
  • bug: Enable static on win_interface when DHCP with matching ip/subnet (#13)

2.4.0

  • Add dns_domain attribute to network_interface for RHEL

2.3.0

  • Add ovs_bridge attribtue to network_interface for RHEL

2.2.0

  • Add dns attribute to network_interface for RHEL
  • Add devicetype attribute to network_interface for RHEL
  • Add prefix attribute to network_interface for RHEL

2.1.2

  • Add supported platforms to metadata.rb
  • Update gem source for integration testing to https from http

2.1.1

  • Update how to determine when to specify provides in providers

2.1.0

  • Remove dependency on ruby-wmi gem

2.0.1

  • Fix handling DNS for windows VLAN devices

2.0.0

  • Fix providers not triggering notifications
  • No longer manage removal of 'extra' network config files in debian
  • Add ability to enable/disable NetBIOS on windows interfaces

1.1.0

  • Add running post scripts on interface config to all platforms
  • On windows release DHCP address when configuring static from DHCP
  • Update logic for configuring static address
    • Update if address or netmask are missing or incorrect
    • Add IP to 'front' of array of addresses ... keep any extra addresses that may have been configured outside of Chef
    • I've heard this can happen from things like MSFT products/services being added to a system ... like clustering

1.0.0

Initial release of network_interfaces_v2

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