junipernetworks.junos.junos_acl_interfaces – ACL interfaces resource module

Note

This plugin is part of the junipernetworks.junos collection (version 2.5.0).

To install it use: ansible-galaxy collection install junipernetworks.junos.

To use it in a playbook, specify: junipernetworks.junos.junos_acl_interfaces.

New in version 1.0.0: of junipernetworks.junos

Synopsis

  • This module manages adding and removing Access Control Lists (ACLs) from interfaces on devices running Juniper JUNOS.

Note

This module has a corresponding action plugin.

Requirements

The below requirements are needed on the host that executes this module.

  • ncclient (>=v0.6.4)

  • xmltodict (>=0.12.0)

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
config
list / elements=dictionary
A dictionary of ACL options for interfaces.
access_groups
list / elements=dictionary
Specifies ACLs attached to the interface.
acls
list / elements=dictionary
Specifies the ACLs for the provided AFI.
direction
string
    Choices:
  • in
  • out
Specifies the direction of packets that the ACL will be applied on.
name
string
Specifies the name of the IPv4/IPv4 ACL for the interface.
afi
string
    Choices:
  • ipv4
  • ipv6
Specifies the AFI for the ACL(s) to be configured on this interface.
name
string
Name/Identifier for the interface.
running_config
string
This option is used only with state parsed.
The value of this option should be the output received from the Junos device by executing the command show interfaces.
The state parsed reads the configuration from running_config option and transforms it into Ansible structured data as per the resource module's argspec and the value is then returned in the parsed key within the result
state
string
    Choices:
  • merged ←
  • replaced
  • overridden
  • deleted
  • gathered
  • rendered
  • parsed
The state the configuration should be left in.

Notes

Note

  • This module requires the netconf system service be enabled on the device being managed.

  • This module works with connection netconf. See the Junos OS Platform Options.

  • Tested against JunOS v18.4R1

Examples

# Using deleted

# Before state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface with filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             filter {
#                 input inbound_acl;
#                 output outbound_acl;
#             }
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }

- name: Delete JUNOS L3 interface filter
  junipernetworks.junos.junos_acl_interfaces:
    config:
    - name: ge-1/0/0
      access_groups:
      - afi: ipv4
        acls:
        - name: inbound_acl
          direction: in
        - name: outbound_acl
          direction: out
      state: deleted

# After state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface with filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }


# Using merged

# Before state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface without filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }

- name: Merge JUNOS L3 interface filter
  junipernetworks.junos.junos_acl_interfaces:
    config:
    - name: ge-1/0/0
      access_groups:
      - afi: ipv4
        acls:
        - name: inbound_acl
          direction: in
        - name: outbound_acl
          direction: out
      state: merged

# After state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface with filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             filter {
#                 input inbound_acl;
#                 output outbound_acl;
#             }
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }


# Using overridden

# Before state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface without filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             filter {
#                 input foo_acl;
#             }
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }

- name: Override JUNOS L3 interface filter
  junipernetworks.junos.junos_acl_interfaces:
    config:
    - name: ge-1/0/0
      access_groups:
      - afi: ipv4
        acls:
        - name: inbound_acl
          direction: in
        - name: outbound_acl
          direction: out
      state: overridden

# After state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface with filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             filter {
#                 input inbound_acl;
#                 output outbound_acl;
#             }
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }


# Using replaced

# Before state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface without filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             filter {
#                 input foo_acl;
#                 output outbound_acl;
#             }
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }

- name: Replace JUNOS L3 interface filter
  junipernetworks.junos.junos_acl_interfaces:
    config:
    - name: ge-1/0/0
      access_groups:
      - afi: ipv4
        acls:
        - name: inbound_acl
          direction: in
      state: replaced

# After state:
# -------------
#
# admin# show interfaces
# ge-1/0/0 {
#     description "L3 interface with filter";
#     unit 0 {
#         family inet {
#             filter {
#                 input inbound_acl;
#                 output outbound_acl;
#             }
#             address 100.64.0.1/10;
#             address 100.64.0.2/10;
#         }
#         family inet6;
#     }

Return Values

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

Key Returned Description
after
dictionary
when changed
The resulting configuration model invocation.

Sample:
The configuration returned will always be in the same format of the parameters above.
before
dictionary
always
The configuration prior to the model invocation.

Sample:
The configuration returned will always be in the same format of the parameters above.
commands
list / elements=string
always
The set of commands pushed to the remote device.

Sample:
['command 1', 'command 2', 'command 3']


Authors

  • Daniel Mellado (@dmellado)