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Fix in install and api guide

Trivial fix for typo and adding some description for workflow.

Change-Id: I5e6758cbbd580df531aa35cdee6d723a5c0f3bbb
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Dongcan Ye 6 years ago
committed by Reedip
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      API_REFERENCE.rst
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API_REFERENCE.rst

@ -244,20 +244,24 @@ Work Flow Sequence
1. Create a Neutron port with 'port_security_enabled' set to 'false'.
2. Launch a VM (VM on which you want to monitor/receive the mirroed data).
Assoiciate the Neutron port created in step 1 while creating the VM.
2. Launch a VM (VM on which you want to monitor/receive the mirrored data).
Associate the Neutron port created in step 1 while creating the VM.
3. Create a Tap Service instance by associating the port created in step 1.
3. Using Neutron Client command for TaaS **neutron tap-service-create** or
via REST APIs create a Tap Service instance by associating the port
created in step 1.
4. Create a Tap Flow instance by associating the tap service instance created
in step 3 and Neutron port from which you want to mirror traffic (assuming
the Neutron port from which the traffic needs to be monitored already
exists)
4. Using Neutron Client command for TaaS **neutron tap-flow-create** or
via REST APIs create a Tap Flow instance by associating the Tap Service
instance created in step 3 and the target Neutron port from which you want
to mirror traffic (assuming the Neutron port from which the traffic
needs to be monitored already exists.)
Mirroring can be done for both incoming and/or outgoing traffic from the
target Neutron port.
5. Observe the mirrored traffic on the monitoring VM by running tools such as
tcpdump.
You can watch our tech talk session which included a live demo for more
information about using TaaS, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cAkRUB3TCE
information about using TaaS, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_cAkRUB3TCE

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INSTALL.rst

@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ Dependencies
TaaS requires the 'Port Security' Neutron ML2 extension. Please make sure that
this extension has been enabled.
Adding the folowing to 'local.conf' while installing devstack will enable
Adding the following to 'local.conf' while installing DevStack will enable
'Port Security' extension. (It's enabled by default)
Q_ML2_PLUGIN_EXT_DRIVERS=port_security

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