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1. Topology preparation

The topology of this demo contains three nodes:

  • 2 Cassini terminal devices - You can pull the image from dockerhub via command

    docker pull onosproject/oc-cassini:0.21
  • 1 TAPI-2.1 OLS device - You can pull the image from dockerhub via command

    docker pull onosproject/tapi-2.1:0.02

About these three containers, the source code is at repo https://github.com/opennetworkinglab/ODTN-emulator.

Then, the topo configuration file consists of two json files:

  • device.json: You can download this file via command

    wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/opennetworkinglab/ODTN-emulator/master/topo/with-rest-tapi/device.json

    The content is:

    {
      "devices" : {
        "netconf:127.0.0.1:11002" : {
          "basic" : {
            "name":"cassini2",
            "driver":"cassini-ocnos"
          },
          "netconf" : {
            "ip" : "127.0.0.1",
            "port" : "11002",
            "username" : "root",
            "password" : "root",
            "idle-timeout" : "0"
          }
        },
        "rest:127.0.0.1:11000": {
          "rest": {
            "ip": "127.0.0.1",
            "port": 11000,
            "protocol": "http",
            "testUrl":"/restconf/data/tapi-common:context",
            "manufacturer": "tapi-swagger",
            "hwVersion": "0",
            "swVersion": "2.1"
          },
          "basic": {
            "driver": "ols"
          }
        },
        "netconf:127.0.0.1:11003" : {
          "basic" : {
            "name":"cassini1",
            "driver":"cassini-ocnos"
          },
          "netconf" : {
            "ip" : "127.0.0.1",
            "port" : "11003",
            "username" : "root",
            "password" : "root",
            "idle-timeout" : "0"
          }
        }
      }
    }
  • link.json: You can download this file via command

    wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/opennetworkinglab/ODTN-emulator/master/topo/with-rest-tapi/link.json

    The content is:

    {
      "links": {
        "netconf:127.0.0.1:11002/201-rest:127.0.0.1:11000/100000035178": {
          "basic": {
            "type": "OPTICAL",
            "metric": 1,
            "durable": true,
            "bidirectional": true
          }
        },
        "rest:127.0.0.1:11000/100000035182-netconf:127.0.0.1:11003/201": {
          "basic": {
            "type": "OPTICAL",
            "metric": 1,
            "durable": true,
            "bidirectional": true
          }
        }
      }
    }

2. Run Topology and ONOS instance

Firstly, start three device emulator:

docker run -it -d --name odtn-emulator_openconfig_cassini_1_1 -p 11002:830 onosproject/oc-cassini:0.21
docker run -it -d --name odtn-emulator_openconfig_cassini_2_1 -p 11003:830 onosproject/oc-cassini:0.21
docker run -it -d --name odtn-emulator_tapi_ols_1 -p 11000:1234 onosproject/tapi-2.1:0.02

And you will see three containers running:

ONFs-MacBook-Pro:tapi2.1-javaServer onf$ docker ps -a
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                         COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                                      NAMES
8eafc849aa22        onosproject/tapi-2.1:0.02     "sh /root/script/ent…"   About an hour ago   Up About an hour    0.0.0.0:11000->1234/tcp                    odtn-emulator_tapi_ols_1
4cdd162d17ac        onosproject/oc-cassini:0.21   "sh /root/script/pus…"   4 hours ago         Up About an hour    22/tcp, 8080/tcp, 0.0.0.0:11003->830/tcp   odtn-emulator_openconfig_cassini_2_1
31a67778f3b7        onosproject/oc-cassini:0.21   "sh /root/script/pus…"   4 hours ago         Up About an hour    22/tcp, 8080/tcp, 0.0.0.0:11002->830/tcp   odtn-emulator_openconfig_cassini_1_1


Meanwhile, run the ONOS instance locally:

cd $ONOS_ROOT
export ONOS_APPS=odtn-service,drivers,gui2
bazel run onos-local -- clean

Secondly, push topology info into ONOS controller:

onos-netcfg localhost device.json
onos-netcfg localhost link.json

Open the webpage, you will see the topology:

3. Connectivity Creation/Deletion

Now, you can execute connectivity operations based on the topology and the controller.

3.1 Connectivity Creation

In Python2.X environment, create line-side connectivity:

execute-tapi-post-call.py 127.0.0.1 tapi-connectivity:create-connectivity-service line-side

The output is something like:

There is no line-side service in ONOS now.

Build line-side connectivity:
|Item|SRC|DST|
|:--|:--|:--|
|onos-cp|netconf:127.0.0.1:11003/201|netconf:127.0.0.1:11002/201|
|connection id|line|line|
|sip uuid|d9d86f52-4db7-4515-8183-d20c5dd4c497|867fb6db-102d-417f-8687-e7ca327e901f|

The json content of creation operation for line-side connectivity service is
		{"tapi-connectivity:input": {"end-point": [{"direction": "BIDIRECTIONAL", "layer-protocol-qualifier": "tapi-photonic-media:PHOTONIC_LAYER_QUALIFIER_NMC", "protection-role": "WORK", "layer-protocol-name": "PHOTONIC_MEDIA", "role": "UNKNOWN", "service-interface-point": {"service-interface-point-uuid": "d9d86f52-4db7-4515-8183-d20c5dd4c497"}, "local-id": "Src_end_point"}, {"direction": "BIDIRECTIONAL", "layer-protocol-qualifier": "tapi-photonic-media:PHOTONIC_LAYER_QUALIFIER_NMC", "protection-role": "WORK", "layer-protocol-name": "PHOTONIC_MEDIA", "role": "UNKNOWN", "service-interface-point": {"service-interface-point-uuid": "867fb6db-102d-417f-8687-e7ca327e901f"}, "local-id": "Dst_end_point"}]}}.

The request context is:	tapi-connectivity:create-connectivity-service.

The return message of the request is:
		{"tapi-connectivity:output": {"service": {"connection": [{"connection-uuid": "170cc3c8-fdee-4a26-806e-bcbe04576c9e"}], "end-point": [{"service-interface-point": {"service-interface-point-uuid": "d9d86f52-4db7-4515-8183-d20c5dd4c497"}, "local-id": "e9971bde-232b-4b06-8ece-4457638eaace"}, {"service-interface-point": {"service-interface-point-uuid": "867fb6db-102d-417f-8687-e7ca327e901f"}, "local-id": "5c79dc42-833b-4008-bf9b-de3701bbc4ce"}], "uuid": "0244e790-f668-4265-855b-c9859aeccc30"}}}

And the intent is installed:

Also, we could see the running logs of the container odtn-emulator_tapi_ols_1 to see the restful request on it:

ONFs-MacBook-Pro:tapi2.1-javaServer onf$ docker logs odtn-emulator_tapi_ols_1
23:18:18.825 [qtp1946827416-19] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextGet is called.
23:18:28.018 [qtp1946827416-17] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextConnectivityContextPost is called.
23:18:28.018 [qtp1946827416-17] WARN io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - The list of TapiConnectivityConnection shouldn't be null or empty
23:18:28.019 [qtp1946827416-12] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextConnectivityContextPost is called.
23:18:28.019 [qtp1946827416-12] WARN io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - The list of TapiConnectivityConnection shouldn't be null or empty
23:18:48.832 [qtp1946827416-16] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextGet is called.

3.2 Connectivity Deletion

In Python2.X environment, delete the installed line-side connectivity:

execute-tapi-delete-call.py 127.0.0.1 both

The output is something like:

(py2) ONFs-MacBook-Pro:tmp onf$ execute-tapi-delete-call.py 127.0.0.1 both

The json content of deletion operation for connectivity service is
		{"tapi-connectivity:input": {"service-id-or-name": "0244e790-f668-4265-855b-c9859aeccc30"}}.
Returns json string for deletion operations is
 <Response [200]>

Also, we could see the updates of the running logs of odtn-emulator_tapi_ols_1:

ONFs-MacBook-Pro:tapi2.1-javaServer onf$ docker logs odtn-emulator_tapi_ols_1
......
23:23:48.944 [qtp1946827416-16] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextGet is called.
23:24:03.005 [qtp1946827416-19] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextConnectivityContextConnectivityServiceuuidDelete is called.
23:24:03.006 [qtp1946827416-19] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - remove the tapi-connectivity:connectivity-service with uuid 819578a0-8cdc-4394-971e-9c941d631af7.
23:24:03.008 [qtp1946827416-12] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextConnectivityContextConnectivityServiceuuidDelete is called.
23:24:03.009 [qtp1946827416-12] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - remove the tapi-connectivity:connectivity-service with uuid 9d5d9e19-7889-449d-af8f-fb3d903a5500.
23:24:18.956 [qtp1946827416-17] INFO io.swagger.api.impl.DataApiServiceImpl - method dataContextGet is called.
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