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neutron/neutron/tests/common/conn_testers.py

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import functools
import fixtures
from neutron_lib import constants as n_consts
from oslo_utils import uuidutils
from neutron.agent import firewall
from neutron.agent.linux import ip_lib
from neutron.common import constants
from neutron.tests.common import machine_fixtures
from neutron.tests.common import net_helpers
# NOTE: IPv6 uses NDP for obtaining destination endpoints link address that
# extends round-trip packet time in ICMP tests. The timeout value should be
# sufficient for correct scenarios but not too high because of negative
# tests.
ICMP_VERSION_TIMEOUTS = {
n_consts.IP_VERSION_4: 1,
n_consts.IP_VERSION_6: 2,
}
class ConnectionTesterException(Exception):
pass
def _validate_direction(f):
@functools.wraps(f)
def wrap(self, direction, *args, **kwargs):
if direction not in (firewall.INGRESS_DIRECTION,
firewall.EGRESS_DIRECTION):
raise ConnectionTesterException('Unknown direction %s' % direction)
return f(self, direction, *args, **kwargs)
return wrap
class ConnectionTester(fixtures.Fixture):
"""Base class for testers
This class implements API for various methods for testing connectivity. The
concrete implementation relies on how encapsulated resources are
configured. That means child classes should define resources by themselves
(e.g. endpoints connected through linux bridge or ovs bridge).
"""
UDP = net_helpers.NetcatTester.UDP
TCP = net_helpers.NetcatTester.TCP
ICMP = constants.PROTO_NAME_ICMP
ARP = constants.ETHERTYPE_NAME_ARP
INGRESS = firewall.INGRESS_DIRECTION
EGRESS = firewall.EGRESS_DIRECTION
def __init__(self, ip_cidr):
self.ip_cidr = ip_cidr
def _setUp(self):
self._protocol_to_method = {
self.UDP: self._test_transport_connectivity,
self.TCP: self._test_transport_connectivity,
self.ICMP: self._test_icmp_connectivity,
self.ARP: self._test_arp_connectivity}
self._nc_testers = {}
self._pingers = {}
self.addCleanup(self.cleanup)
def cleanup(self):
for nc in self._nc_testers.values():
nc.stop_processes()
for pinger in self._pingers.values():
pinger.stop()
@property
def vm_namespace(self):
return self._vm.namespace
@property
def vm_ip_address(self):
return self._vm.ip
@property
def vm_ip_cidr(self):
return self._vm.ip_cidr
@vm_ip_cidr.setter
def vm_ip_cidr(self, ip_cidr):
self._vm.ip_cidr = ip_cidr
@property
def vm_mac_address(self):
return self._vm.port.link.address
@vm_mac_address.setter
def vm_mac_address(self, mac_address):
self._vm.mac_address = mac_address
@property
def peer_mac_address(self):
return self._peer.port.link.address
@peer_mac_address.setter
def peer_mac_address(self, mac_address):
self._peer.mac_address = mac_address
@property
def peer_namespace(self):
return self._peer.namespace
@property
def peer_ip_address(self):
return self._peer.ip
def set_vm_default_gateway(self, default_gw):
self._vm.set_default_gateway(default_gw)
def flush_arp_tables(self):
"""Flush arptables in all used namespaces"""
for machine in (self._peer, self._vm):
machine.port.neigh.flush(4, 'all')
def _test_transport_connectivity(self, direction, protocol, src_port,
dst_port):
nc_tester = self._create_nc_tester(direction, protocol, src_port,
dst_port)
try:
nc_tester.test_connectivity()
except RuntimeError as exc:
nc_tester.stop_processes()
raise ConnectionTesterException(
"%s connection over %s protocol with %s source port and "
"%s destination port can't be established: %s" % (
direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port, exc))
@_validate_direction
def _get_namespace_and_address(self, direction):
if direction == self.INGRESS:
return self.peer_namespace, self.vm_ip_address
return self.vm_namespace, self.peer_ip_address
def _test_icmp_connectivity(self, direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port):
src_namespace, ip_address = self._get_namespace_and_address(direction)
ip_version = ip_lib.get_ip_version(ip_address)
icmp_timeout = ICMP_VERSION_TIMEOUTS[ip_version]
try:
net_helpers.assert_ping(src_namespace, ip_address,
timeout=icmp_timeout)
except RuntimeError:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
"ICMP packets can't get from %s namespace to %s address" % (
src_namespace, ip_address))
def _test_arp_connectivity(self, direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port):
src_namespace, ip_address = self._get_namespace_and_address(direction)
try:
net_helpers.assert_arping(src_namespace, ip_address)
except RuntimeError:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
"ARP queries to %s address have no response from %s namespace"
% (ip_address, src_namespace))
@_validate_direction
def assert_connection(self, direction, protocol, src_port=None,
dst_port=None):
testing_method = self._protocol_to_method[protocol]
testing_method(direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port)
def assert_no_connection(self, direction, protocol, src_port=None,
dst_port=None):
try:
self.assert_connection(direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port)
except ConnectionTesterException:
pass
else:
dst_port_info = str()
src_port_info = str()
if dst_port is not None:
dst_port_info = " and destination port %d" % dst_port
if src_port is not None:
src_port_info = " and source port %d" % src_port
raise ConnectionTesterException("%s connection with protocol %s, "
"source port %s, destination "
"port %s was established but it "
"shouldn't be possible" % (
direction, protocol,
src_port_info, dst_port_info))
@_validate_direction
def assert_established_connection(self, direction, protocol, src_port=None,
dst_port=None):
nc_params = (direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port)
nc_tester = self._nc_testers.get(nc_params)
if nc_tester:
if nc_tester.is_established:
try:
nc_tester.test_connectivity()
except RuntimeError:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
"Established %s connection with protocol %s, source "
"port %s and destination port %s can no longer "
"communicate")
else:
nc_tester.stop_processes()
raise ConnectionTesterException(
'%s connection with protocol %s, source port %s and '
'destination port %s is not established' % nc_params)
else:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
"Attempting to test established %s connection with protocol %s"
", source port %s and destination port %s that hasn't been "
"established yet by calling establish_connection()"
% nc_params)
def assert_no_established_connection(self, direction, protocol,
src_port=None, dst_port=None):
try:
self.assert_established_connection(direction, protocol, src_port,
dst_port)
except ConnectionTesterException:
pass
else:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
'Established %s connection with protocol %s, source port %s, '
'destination port %s can still send packets through' % (
direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port))
@_validate_direction
def establish_connection(self, direction, protocol, src_port=None,
dst_port=None):
nc_tester = self._create_nc_tester(direction, protocol, src_port,
dst_port)
nc_tester.establish_connection()
self.addCleanup(nc_tester.stop_processes)
def _create_nc_tester(self, direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port):
"""Create netcat tester
If there already exists a netcat tester that has established
connection, exception is raised.
"""
nc_key = (direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port)
nc_tester = self._nc_testers.get(nc_key)
if nc_tester and nc_tester.is_established:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
'%s connection using %s protocol, source port %s and '
'destination port %s is already established' % (
direction, protocol, src_port, dst_port))
if direction == self.INGRESS:
client_ns = self.peer_namespace
server_ns = self.vm_namespace
server_addr = self.vm_ip_address
else:
client_ns = self.vm_namespace
server_ns = self.peer_namespace
server_addr = self.peer_ip_address
server_port = dst_port or net_helpers.get_free_namespace_port(
protocol, server_ns)
nc_tester = net_helpers.NetcatTester(client_namespace=client_ns,
server_namespace=server_ns,
address=server_addr,
protocol=protocol,
src_port=src_port,
dst_port=server_port)
self._nc_testers[nc_key] = nc_tester
return nc_tester
def _get_pinger(self, direction):
try:
pinger = self._pingers[direction]
except KeyError:
src_namespace, dst_address = self._get_namespace_and_address(
direction)
pinger = net_helpers.Pinger(src_namespace, dst_address)
self._pingers[direction] = pinger
return pinger
def start_sending_icmp(self, direction):
pinger = self._get_pinger(direction)
pinger.start()
def stop_sending_icmp(self, direction):
pinger = self._get_pinger(direction)
pinger.stop()
def get_sent_icmp_packets(self, direction):
pinger = self._get_pinger(direction)
return pinger.sent
def get_received_icmp_packets(self, direction):
pinger = self._get_pinger(direction)
return pinger.received
def assert_net_unreachable(self, direction, destination):
src_namespace, dst_address = self._get_namespace_and_address(
direction)
pinger = net_helpers.Pinger(src_namespace, destination, count=5)
pinger.start()
pinger.wait()
if not pinger.destination_unreachable:
raise ConnectionTesterException(
'No Host Destination Unreachable packets were received when '
'sending icmp packets to %s' % destination)
class OVSConnectionTester(ConnectionTester):
"""Tester with OVS bridge in the middle
The endpoints are created as OVS ports attached to the OVS bridge.
NOTE: The OVS ports are connected from the namespace. This connection is
currently not supported in OVS and may lead to unpredicted behavior:
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1160340
"""
def _setUp(self):
super(OVSConnectionTester, self)._setUp()
self.bridge = self.useFixture(net_helpers.OVSBridgeFixture()).bridge
self._peer, self._vm = self.useFixture(
machine_fixtures.PeerMachines(
self.bridge, self.ip_cidr)).machines
self._set_port_attrs(self._peer.port)
self._set_port_attrs(self._vm.port)
def _set_port_attrs(self, port):
port.id = uuidutils.generate_uuid()
attrs = [('type', 'internal'),
('external_ids', {
'iface-id': port.id,
'iface-status': 'active',
'attached-mac': port.link.address})]
for column, value in attrs:
self.bridge.set_db_attribute('Interface', port.name, column, value)
@property
def peer_port_id(self):
return self._peer.port.id
@property
def vm_port_id(self):
return self._vm.port.id
def set_tag(self, port_name, tag):
self.bridge.set_db_attribute('Port', port_name, 'tag', tag)
def set_vm_tag(self, tag):
self.set_tag(self._vm.port.name, tag)
def set_peer_tag(self, tag):
self.set_tag(self._peer.port.name, tag)
class LinuxBridgeConnectionTester(ConnectionTester):
"""Tester with linux bridge in the middle
Both endpoints are placed in their separated namespace connected to
bridge's namespace via veth pair.
"""
def _setUp(self):
super(LinuxBridgeConnectionTester, self)._setUp()
self.bridge = self.useFixture(net_helpers.LinuxBridgeFixture()).bridge
self._peer, self._vm = self.useFixture(
machine_fixtures.PeerMachines(
self.bridge, self.ip_cidr)).machines
@property
def bridge_namespace(self):
return self.bridge.namespace
@property
def vm_port_id(self):
return net_helpers.VethFixture.get_peer_name(self._vm.port.name)
@property
def peer_port_id(self):
return net_helpers.VethFixture.get_peer_name(self._peer.port.name)
def flush_arp_tables(self):
self.bridge.neigh.flush(4, 'all')
super(LinuxBridgeConnectionTester, self).flush_arp_tables()