[openstack-dev] #Personal# Ref: L3 service integration with service framework
mathieu.rohon at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 15:29:44 UTC 2014
you can still add your own service plugin, as a mixin of
L3RouterPlugin (have a look at brocade's code).
AFAIU service framework would manage the coexistence several
implementation of a single service plugin.
This is currently not prioritized by neutron. This kind of work might
restart in the advanced_services project.
On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 2:28 PM, Priyanka Chopra
<priyanka.chopra at tcs.com> wrote:
> Hi Gary, All,
> This is with reference to blueprint - L3 router Service Type Framework and
> corresponding development at github repo.
> I noticed that the patch was abandoned due to inactivity. Wanted to know if
> there is a specific reason for which the development was put on hold?
> I am working on a Use-case to enable neutron calls (L2 and L3) from
> OpenStack to OpenDaylight neutron. However presently ML2 forwards the L2
> calls to ODL neutron, but not the L3 calls (router and FIP).
> With this blueprint submission the L3 Service framework (that includes L3
> driver, agent and plugin) will be completed and hence L3 calls from
> OpenStack can be redirected to any controller platform. Please suggest in
> case anyone else is working on the same or if we can do the enhancements
> required and submit the code to enable such a usecase.
> Best Regards
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