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nic

Type representing a IonosCloud network interface.

Parameters:

Name
Required
Description
name
true
The name of the NIC.

Properties:

Name
Required
Description
ensure
No
The basic property that the resource should be in. Valid values are present, absent.
ips
No
The IPs assigned to the NIC.
dhcp
No
Enable or disable DHCP on the NIC. Valid values are true, false.
lan
No
The LAN name the NIC will sit on.
firewall_rules
No
A list of firewall rules associated to the NIC.
flowlogs
No
A list of flow logs associated to the NIC.
firewall_active
No
Indicates the firewall is active. Valid values are true, false.
firewall_type
No
Indicates the firewall is active.
device_number
No
The LUN ID of the storage volume. Null for volumes not mounted to any VM
pci_slot
No
The PCI slot number of the storage volume. Null for volumes not mounted to any VM
server_id
No
The server ID the NIC will be attached to.
server_name
No
The server name the NIC will be attached to.
datacenter_id
No
The ID of the virtual data center where the NIC will reside.
datacenter_name
No
The name of the virtual data center where the NIC will reside.
id
No
The NIC ID.
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Changeable properties:

  • ips
  • lan
  • dhcp
  • firewall_active
  • firewall_rules
  • firewall_type
  • flowlogs

Examples

To list resources:

puppet resource nic
NOTE: If two resources have the same name only one of them will be shown.

To create, update or delete a resource:

$datacenter_name = 'testdc1'
$server_name = 'worker1'
$lan_name = 'public1'
datacenter { $datacenter_name :
ensure => present,
location => 'us/las',
description => 'my data center desc.'
}
-> lan { $lan_name :
ensure => present,
public => true,
datacenter_name => $datacenter_name
}
-> server { $server_name :
ensure => present,
cores => 2,
datacenter_name => $datacenter_name,
ram => 1024,
volumes => [
{
name => 'system',
size => 50,
bus => 'VIRTIO',
volume_type => 'SSD',
licence_type => 'LINUX',
availability_zone => 'AUTO'
}
]
}
-> nic { 'testnic':
datacenter_name => $datacenter_name,
server_name => $server_name,
dhcp => true,
lan => $lan_name,
ips => ['127.0.0.1'],
firewall_active => true,
firewall_type => 'INGRESS',
firewall_rules => [
{
name => 'SSH',
type => 'INGRESS',
protocol => 'TCP',
port_range_start => 22,
port_range_end => 27
},
{
name => 'HTTP3',
type => 'INGRESS',
protocol => 'TCP',
port_range_start => 76,
port_range_end => 80
}
],
flowlogs => [
{
name => 'test2',
action => 'ALL',
bucket => 'testtest234134124214',
direction => 'INGRESS',
}
]
}
NOTE: If two resources with the same name ar found an error will be thrown, this only applies to cases where the resource cannot be identified. Example: an error is thrown for two servers with the same name in the same datacenter, not for two servers with the same name, but in different datacenters.