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infinity - manage Infinity IPAM using Rest API

New in version 2.4.

Synopsis

  • Manage Infinity IPAM using REST API

Options

parameter required default choices comments
action
yes
  • reserve_next_available_ip
  • release_ip
  • delete_network
  • add_network
  • reserve_network
  • release_network
  • get_network_id
Action to perform
ip_address
no
IP Address for a reservation or a release
network_address
no
Network address with CIDR format (e.g., 192.168.310.0)
network_family
no 4
  • 4
  • 6
  • dual
Network family defined by Infinity, e.g. IPv4, IPv6 and Dual stack
network_id
no
Network ID
network_location
no -1
the parent network id for a given network
network_name
no
The name of a network
network_size
no
Network bitmask (e.g. 255.255.255.220) or CIDR format (e.g., /26)
network_type
no lan
  • lan
  • shared_lan
  • supernet
Network type defined by Infinity
password
yes
Infinity password
server_ip
yes
Infinity server_ip with IP address
username
yes
Username to access Infinity
The user must have Rest API privileges

Examples

---
- hosts: localhost
  connection: local
  strategy: debug
  tasks:
    - name: Reserve network into Infinity IPAM
      infinity:
        server_ip: "80.75.107.12"
        username: "username"
        password: "password"
        action: "reserve_network"
        network_name: "reserve_new_ansible_network"
        network_family: "4"
        network_type: 'lan'
        network_id: "1201"
        network_size: "/28"
      register: infinity

Return Values

Common return values are documented here Return Values, the following are the fields unique to this module:

name description returned type sample
network_id
id for a given network
success string 1501
ip_info
when reserve next available ip address from a network, the ip address info ) is returned.
success string {"address": "192.168.10.3", "hostname": "", "FQDN": "", "domainname": "", "id": 3229}
network_info
when reserving a LAN network from a Infinity supernet by providing network_size, the information about the reserved network is returned.
success string {'network_size': None, 'network_location': '3085', 'description': None, 'network_family': '4', 'network_id': 3102, 'network_address': '192.168.10.32/28', 'ranges': {'last_ip': None, 'type': None, 'id': 0, 'first_ip': None, 'name': None}, 'network_name': "'reserve_new_ansible_network'", 'network_type': 'lan'}


Status

This module is flagged as preview which means that it is not guaranteed to have a backwards compatible interface.

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