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A10 Networks Openstack LBaaS Driver

Project Description

# A10 Networks LBaaS Driver

A10 github repos:

- [a10-openstack-lbaas]( - OpenStack LBaaS driver,
identical to the files that are currently merged into Juno. Also supports Icehouse. Pypi package
- [a10-openstack-lbaas, havana branch]( - OpenStack
LBaaS driver, for the Havana release. Pypi package 'a10-openstack-lbaas-havana'.
- [a10-neutron-lbaas]( - Middleware sitting between the
openstack driver and our API client, mapping openstack constructs to A10's AxAPI.
- [acos-client]( - AxAPI client used by A10's OpenStack driver.
- [neutron-thirdparty-ci]( - Scripts used by
our Jenkins/Zuul/Devstack-Gate setup, used to test every openstack code review submission against
A10 appliances and our drivers.
- [a10_lbaas_driver]( - An older revision of A10's
LBaaS driver; no longer supported.

## Installation

To use this driver, you must:

1. Install the [a10-neutron-lbaas]( module.
(E.g.: 'pip install a10-neutron-lbaas')
- Create a driver config file, a [sample](#example-config-file) of which is given below.
- Enable it in `neutron.conf`
- Restart neutron-server

### Configuration file:

Create a configuration file with a list of A10 appliances, similar to the
file below, located at: `/etc/neutron/services/loadbalancer/a10networks/`.

Or you can override that directory by setting the environment
variable `A10_CONFIG_DIR`.

#### Example config file:

devices = {
"ax1": {
"name": "ax1",
"host": "",
"port": 443,
"protocol": "https",
"username": "admin",
"password": "a10",
"status": True,
"autosnat": False,
"api_version": "2.1",
"v_method": "LSI",
"max_instance": 5000,
"use_float": False,
"method": "hash"
"ax4": {
"host": "",
"username": "admin",
"password": "a10",

## Third-party CI Information

If you encounter any problems, contact A10 at:

* [](mailto:
* Doug Wiegley directly via IRC (dougwig)

## Contributing

1. Fork it ( )
2. Create your feature branch (`git checkout -b my-new-feature`)
3. Commit your changes (`git commit -am 'Add some feature'`)
4. Push to the branch (`git push origin my-new-feature`)
5. Create new Pull Request

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