You must decide on the configuration you would like to use. For details on the configuration options, please refer to the Configuring Infoblox IPAM Driver for Red Hat OpenStack Platform (RHOSP).
The configuration is captured within the various EAs that were created in the previous step. In general, these EAs are set on the Grid Master member. To set up the EAs, navigate to the Grid -> Grid Manager -> Members and click on the Gear icon next to the Grid Master member. Choose the Extensible Attributes option. From there you can create and modify various EA values that will apply to the entire IPAM Driver integration.
# if you have not run infoblox-ipam-agent yet, then you need to run
# infoblox_grid_sync.py to register the Infoblox grid members to Neutron.
To run the python scripts inside the Infoblox IPAM agent container, complete the following steps:
- Use the following command to enter the container:
$ docker exec -it infoblox_ipam_agent /bin/bash
- Enter the path of the networking_infoblox python package:
$ cd /usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/networking_infoblox/tools
- Run the infoblox_grid_sync.py:
$ python infoblox_grid_sync.py
- To exit the IPAM agent container, press Ctrl+P and Ctrl+Q in your keyboard.
If you make changes to the Grid EA values in NIOS, wait for the minimum sync time for the values to be reflected or to work. The minimum sync time is also an EA whose value can be specified in the Grid EA.
If you want to use any member (CP or Grid Member), set the Extensible Attributes Is Cloud Member to True.
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