rubab.syed21 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 16:56:52 UTC 2016
On 1 Mar 2016 21:25, "Rubab Syed" <rubab.syed21 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm planning to write a plugin for Monasca that would enable router's
> traffic monitoring per subnet per tenant. For that purpose, I'm using
> Neutron l3 metering extension  that allows you to filter traffic based
> on CIDRs.
> My concerns:
> - Now given the fact that this extension can be used to create labels and
> rules for particular set of IPs and ceilometer can be used to meter the
> bandwidth based on this data and monasca publisher for ceilometer is also
> available, would that plugin be useful somehow? Where are we at ceilosca
> right now?
> - Even though ceilometer allows to meter bandwidth at l3 level, we still
> have to create explicit labels and rules for all subnets attached to a
> router. In a production environment where there could be multiple routers
> belonging to multiple tenants, isn't it a bit of a work? I was wondering if
> I could automate the label and rule creation process. My script would
> automatically detect subnets and create rules per interface of router. It
> would help in ceilosca as well and can be used by the router plugin (given
> plugin is not redundant work). Comments?
>  https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Neutron/Metering/Bandwidth
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