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VPNaaS (VPN-as-a-Service) is a Neutron extension that introduces VPN feature set.
This repo contains all necessary files to build VPNaaS Fuel plugin. Supported Fuel version is 7.0.
Clone the fuel-plugin repo from:
git clone https://github.com/stackforge/fuel-plugin-neutron-vpnaas
Install the Fuel Plugin Builder:
pip install fuel-plugin-builder
Build VPNaaS Fuel plugin:
fpb --build fuel-plugin-neutron-vpnaas/
The vpnaas-plugin-.rpm plugin package will be created in the plugin folder (fuel-plugin-neutron-vpnaas/).
Move this file to the Fuel Master node with secure copy (scp):
scp vpnaas-plugin-<x.x.x>.rpm root@:<the_Fuel_Master_node_IP address>:/tmp
fuel plugins --install vpnaas-plugin-<x.x.x>.rpm
Note that you can also download the built VPNaaS plugin from the Fuel Plugins Catalog.
Neutron VPN agent replaces Neutron L3 agent because it combines both L3 and VPNaaS functionality. No user interaction is required, VPNaaS will be enabled immediately after deployment.
Currently this plugin is not compatible with Neutron DVR
VPN settings can be found in Openstack Dashboard: Project -> Network -> VPN.
For step-by-step instructions, see the Mirantis blogpost.
Please use official Openstack documentation to obtain more information: