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aos_ip_pool – Manage AOS IP Pool

New in version 2.3.

DEPRECATED

Removed in Ansible:
 version: 2.9
Why:This module does not support AOS 2.1 or later
Alternative:See new modules at https://www.ansible.com/ansible-apstra.

Synopsis

  • Apstra AOS Ip Pool module let you manage your IP Pool easily. You can create create and delete IP Pool by Name, ID or by using a JSON File. This module is idempotent and support the check mode. It’s using the AOS REST API.

Requirements

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

  • aos-pyez >= 0.6.0

Parameters

Parameter Choices/Defaults Comments
content
-
Datastructure of the IP Pool to manage. The data can be in YAML / JSON or directly a variable. It's the same datastructure that is returned on success in value.
id
-
AOS Id of the IP Pool to manage (can't be used to create a new IP Pool), Only one of name, id or content can be set.
name
-
Name of the IP Pool to manage. Only one of name, id or content can be set.
session
- / required
An existing AOS session as obtained by aos_login module.
state
-
    Choices:
  • present ←
  • absent
Indicate what is the expected state of the IP Pool (present or not).
subnets
-
List of subnet that needs to be part of the IP Pool.

Examples

- name: "Create an IP Pool with one subnet"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    name: "my-ip-pool"
    subnets: [ 172.10.0.0/16 ]
    state: present

- name: "Create an IP Pool with multiple subnets"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    name: "my-other-ip-pool"
    subnets: [ 172.10.0.0/16, 192.168.0.0./24 ]
    state: present

- name: "Check if an IP Pool exist with same subnets by ID"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    name: "45ab26fc-c2ed-4307-b330-0870488fa13e"
    subnets: [ 172.10.0.0/16, 192.168.0.0./24 ]
    state: present

- name: "Delete an IP Pool by name"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    name: "my-ip-pool"
    state: absent

- name: "Delete an IP pool by id"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    id: "45ab26fc-c2ed-4307-b330-0870488fa13e"
    state: absent

# Save an IP Pool to a file

- name: "Access IP Pool 1/3"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    name: "my-ip-pool"
    subnets: [ 172.10.0.0/16, 172.12.0.0/16 ]
    state: present
  register: ip_pool

- name: "Save Ip Pool into a file in JSON 2/3"
  copy:
    content: "{{ ip_pool.value | to_nice_json }}"
    dest: ip_pool_saved.json

- name: "Save Ip Pool into a file in YAML 3/3"
  copy:
    content: "{{ ip_pool.value | to_nice_yaml }}"
    dest: ip_pool_saved.yaml

- name: "Load IP Pool from a JSON file"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    content: "{{ lookup('file', 'resources/ip_pool_saved.json') }}"
    state: present

- name: "Load IP Pool from a YAML file"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    content: "{{ lookup('file', 'resources/ip_pool_saved.yaml') }}"
    state: present

- name: "Load IP Pool from a Variable"
  aos_ip_pool:
    session: "{{ aos_session }}"
    content:
      display_name: my-ip-pool
      id: 4276738d-6f86-4034-9656-4bff94a34ea7
      subnets:
        - network: 172.10.0.0/16
        - network: 172.12.0.0/16
    state: present

Status

  • This module will be removed in version 2.9. [deprecated]
  • For more information see DEPRECATED.

Authors

  • Damien Garros (@dgarros)

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