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# 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
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# under the License.
from openstack.network.v2 import _base
from openstack import resource
class Port(_base.NetworkResource, resource.TagMixin):
resource_key = 'port'
resources_key = 'ports'
base_path = '/ports'
# capabilities
allow_create = True
allow_fetch = True
allow_commit = True
allow_delete = True
allow_list = True
# NOTE: we skip query on list or datetime fields for now
_query_mapping = resource.QueryParameters(
'binding:host_id', 'binding:profile', 'binding:vif_details',
'binding:vif_type', 'binding:vnic_type',
'description', 'device_id', 'device_owner', 'fields', 'fixed_ips',
'id', 'ip_address', 'mac_address', 'name', 'network_id', 'status',
'subnet_id',
is_admin_state_up='admin_state_up',
is_port_security_enabled='port_security_enabled',
project_id='tenant_id',
**resource.TagMixin._tag_query_parameters
)
# Properties
#: Allowed address pairs.
allowed_address_pairs = resource.Body('allowed_address_pairs', type=list)
#: The ID of the host where the port is allocated. In some cases,
#: different implementations can run on different hosts.
binding_host_id = resource.Body('binding:host_id')
#: A dictionary the enables the application running on the specified
#: host to pass and receive vif port-specific information to the plug-in.
#: *Type: dict*
binding_profile = resource.Body('binding:profile', type=dict)
#: Read-only. A dictionary that enables the application to pass
#: information about functions that the Networking API provides.
#: To enable or disable port filtering features such as security group
#: and anti-MAC/IP spoofing, specify ``port_filter: True`` or
#: ``port_filter: False``. *Type: dict*
binding_vif_details = resource.Body('binding:vif_details', type=dict)
#: Read-only. The vif type for the specified port.
binding_vif_type = resource.Body('binding:vif_type')
#: The vnic type that is bound to the neutron port.
#:
#: In POST and PUT operations, specify a value of ``normal`` (virtual nic),
#: ``direct`` (pci passthrough), or ``macvtap``
#: (virtual interface with a tap-like software interface).
#: These values support SR-IOV PCI passthrough networking.
#: The ML2 plug-in supports the vnic_type.
#:
#: In GET operations, the binding:vnic_type extended attribute is
#: visible to only port owners and administrative users.
binding_vnic_type = resource.Body('binding:vnic_type')
#: Timestamp when the port was created.
created_at = resource.Body('created_at')
#: Underlying data plane status of this port.
data_plane_status = resource.Body('data_plane_status')
#: The port description.
description = resource.Body('description')
#: Device ID of this port.
device_id = resource.Body('device_id')
#: Device owner of this port (e.g. ``network:dhcp``).
device_owner = resource.Body('device_owner')
#: Device profile of this port, refers to Cyborg device-profiles:
# https://docs.openstack.org/api-ref/accelerator/v2/index.html#
# device-profiles.
device_profile = resource.Body('device_profile')
#: DNS assignment for the port.
dns_assignment = resource.Body('dns_assignment')
#: DNS domain assigned to the port.
dns_domain = resource.Body('dns_domain')
#: DNS name for the port.
dns_name = resource.Body('dns_name')
#: Extra DHCP options.
extra_dhcp_opts = resource.Body('extra_dhcp_opts', type=list)
#: IP addresses for the port. Includes the IP address and subnet ID.
fixed_ips = resource.Body('fixed_ips', type=list)
#: Read-only. The ip_allocation indicates when ports use deferred,
# immediate or no IP allocation.
ip_allocation = resource.Body('ip_allocation')
#: The administrative state of the port, which is up ``True`` or
#: down ``False``. *Type: bool*
is_admin_state_up = resource.Body('admin_state_up', type=bool)
#: The port security status, which is enabled ``True`` or disabled
#: ``False``. *Type: bool* *Default: False*
is_port_security_enabled = resource.Body('port_security_enabled',
type=bool, default=False)
#: The MAC address of an allowed address pair.
mac_address = resource.Body('mac_address')
#: The port name.
name = resource.Body('name')
#: The ID of the attached network.
network_id = resource.Body('network_id')
#: The NUMA affinity policy defined for this port.
numa_affinity_policy = resource.Body('numa_affinity_policy')
#: The ID of the project who owns the network. Only administrative
#: users can specify a project ID other than their own.
project_id = resource.Body('tenant_id')
#: Whether to propagate uplink status of the port. *Type: bool*
propagate_uplink_status = resource.Body('propagate_uplink_status',
type=bool)
#: Read-only. The ID of the QoS policy attached to the network where the
# port is bound.
qos_network_policy_id = resource.Body('qos_network_policy_id')
#: The ID of the QoS policy attached to the port.
qos_policy_id = resource.Body('qos_policy_id')
#: Read-only. The port-resource-request exposes Placement resources
# (i.e.: minimum-bandwidth) and traits (i.e.: vnic-type, physnet)
# requested by a port to Nova and Placement.
resource_request = resource.Body('resource_request', type=dict)
#: The IDs of any attached security groups.
#: *Type: list of strs of the security group IDs*
security_group_ids = resource.Body('security_groups', type=list)
#: The port status. Value is ``ACTIVE`` or ``DOWN``.
status = resource.Body('status')
#: Read-only. The trunk referring to this parent port and its subports.
#: Present for trunk parent ports if ``trunk-details`` extension is loaded.
#: *Type: dict with keys: trunk_id, sub_ports.
#: sub_ports is a list of dicts with keys:
#: port_id, segmentation_type, segmentation_id, mac_address*
trunk_details = resource.Body('trunk_details', type=dict)
#: Timestamp when the port was last updated.
updated_at = resource.Body('updated_at')