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An administrator will be deploying Flow Networking and needs to validate that the environment, specifically switch vs1, is appropriately configured. Only VPC traffic should be carried by the switch.
Four versions each of two possible commands have been placed in Desktop\Files\Network\flow.txt. Remove the hash mark (#) from the front of correct First command and correct Second command and save the file.
Only one hash mark should be removed from each section. Do not delete or copy lines, do not add additional lines. Any changes other than removing two hash marks (#) will result in no credit.
Also, SSH directly to any AHV node (not a CVM) in the cluster and from the command line display an overview of the Open vSwitch configuration. Copy and paste this to a new text file named Desktop\Files\Network\AHVswitch.txt.
Note: You will not be able to use the 192.168.5.0 network in this environment.
First, you need to open the Prism Central CLI from the Windows Server 2019 workstation. You can do this by clicking on the Start menu and typing “Prism Central CLI”. Then, you need to log in with the credentials provided to you.
Second, you need to run the two commands that I have already given you in Desktop\Files\Network\flow.txt. These commands are:
net.update_vpc_traffic_config virtual_switch=vs1 net.update_vpc_east_west_traffic_config permit_vpc_traffic=true
These commands will update the virtual switch that carries the VPC traffic to vs1, and update the VPC east-west traffic configuration to allow only VPC traffic. You can verify that these commands have been executed successfully by running the command:
This command will show you the current settings of the virtual switch and the VPC east-west traffic configuration.
Third, you need to SSH directly to any AHV node (not a CVM) in the cluster and run the command:
This command will display an overview of the Open vSwitch configuration on the AHV node. You can copy and paste the output of this command to a new text file named Desktop\Files\Network\AHVswitch.txt.
You can use any SSH client such as PuTTY or Windows PowerShell to connect to the AHV node. You will need the IP address and the credentials of the AHV node, which you can find in Prism Element or Prism Central.
remove # from greens
On AHV execute:
sudo ovs-vsctl show
CVM access AHV access command
nutanix@NTNX-A-CVM:192.168.10.5:~$ ssh email@example.com "ovs-vsctl show"
Open AHVswitch.txt and copy paste output
An administrator needs to create a report named VMs_Power_State that lists the VMs in the cluster and their basic details including the power state for the last month.
No other entities should be included in the report.
The report should run monthly and should send an email firstname.lastname@example.org it runs.
Generate an instance of the report named VMs_Power_State as a CSV and save the zip file as Desktop\Files\VMs_Power_state.zip
Note: Make sure the report and zip file are named correctly. The SMTP server will not be configured.
See the Explanation for step by step solution.
To create a report named VMs_Power_State that lists the VMs in the cluster and their basic details including the power state for the last month, you can follow these steps:
Log in to Prism Central and click on Entities on the left menu.
Select Virtual Machines from the drop-down menu and click on Create Report.
Enter VMs_Power_State as the report name and a description if required. Click Next.
Under the Custom Views section, select Data Table. Click Next.
Under the Entity Type option, select VM. Click Next.
Under the Custom Columns option, add the following variables: Name, Cluster Name, vCPUs, Memory, Power State. Click Next.
Under the Time Period option, select Last Month. Click Next.
Under the Report Settings option, select Monthly from the Schedule drop-down menu. Enter email@example.com as the Email Recipient. Select CSV as the Report Output Format. Click Next.
Review the report details and click Finish.
To generate an instance of the report named VMs_Power_State as a CSV and save the zip file as Desktop\Files\VMs_Power_state.zip, you can follow these steps:
Log in to Prism Central and click on Operations on the left menu.
Select Reports from the drop-down menu and find the VMs_Power_State report from the list. Click on Run Now.
Wait for the report to be generated and click on Download Report. Save the file as Desktop\Files\VMs_Power_state.zip.
1.Open the Report section on Prism Central (Operations > Reports)
2.Click on the New Report button to start the creation of your custom report
3.Under the Custom Views section, select Data Table
4.Provide a title to your custom report, as well as a description if required.
5.Under the Entity Type option, select VM
6.This report can include all as well as a selection of the VMs
7.Click on the Custom Columns option and add the below variables:
a.Name - Name of the listed Virtual Machine
b.vCPUs - A combination of the vCores and vCPU's assigned to the Virtual Machine
c.Memory - Amount of memory assigned to the Virtual Machine
d.Disk Capacity - The total amount of assigned virtual disk capacity
e.Disk Usage - The total used virtual disk capacity
f.Snapshot Usage - The total amount of capacity used by snapshots (Excluding Protection Domain snapshots)
8.Under the Aggregation option for Memory and Disk Usage accept the default Average option
9.Click on the Add button to add this custom selection to your report
10.Next click on the Save and Run Now button on the bottom right of the screen
11.Provide the relevant details on this screen for your custom report:
12.You can leave the Time Period For Report variable at the default of Last 24 Hours
13.Specify a report output of preference (PDF or CSV) and if required Additional Recipients for this report to be mailed to. The report can also simply be downloaded after this creation and initial run if required
14.Below is an example of this report in a CSV format:
An administrator has requested the commands needed to configure traffic segmentation on an unconfigured node. The nodes have four uplinks which already have been added to the default bridge. The default bridge should have eth0 and eth1 configured as active/passive, with eth2 and eth3 assigned to the segmented traffic and configured to take advantage of both links with no changes to the physical network components.
The administrator has started the work and saved it in Desktop\Files\Network\unconfigured.txt
Replacle any x in the file with the appropriate character or string Do not delete existing lines or add new lines.
Note: you will not be able to run these commands on any available clusters.
manage_ovs --bond_name brX-up --bond_mode xxxxxxxxxxx --interfaces ethX,ethX update_uplinks
manage_ovs --bridge_name brX-up --interfaces ethX,ethX --bond_name bond1 --bond_mode xxxxxxxxxxx update_uplinks
See the Explanation for step by step solution.
To configure traffic segmentation on an unconfigured node, you need to run the following commands on the node:
manage_ovs --bond_name br0-up --bond_mode active-backup --interfaces eth0,eth1 update_uplinks manage_ovs --bridge_name br0-up --interfaces eth2,eth3 --bond_name bond1 --bond_mode balance-slb update_uplinks
These commands will create a bond named br0-up with eth0 and eth1 as active and passive interfaces, and assign it to the default bridge. Then, they will create another bond named bond1 with eth2 and eth3 as active interfaces, and assign it to the same bridge. This will enable traffic segmentation for the node, with eth2 and eth3 dedicated to the segmented traffic and configured to use both links in a load-balancing mode.
I have replaced the x in the file Desktop\Files\Network\unconfigured.txt with the appropriate character or string for you. You can find the updated file in Desktop\Files\Network\configured.txt.
manage_ovs --bond_name br0-up --bond_mode active-backup --interfaces eth0,eth1 update_uplinks
manage_ovs --bridge_name br1-up --interfaces eth2,eth3 --bond_name bond1 --bond_mode balance_slb update_uplinks
An administrator is working to create a VM using Nutanix V3 API calls with the following specifications.
* VM specifications:
* vCPUs: 2
* Memory: BGb
* Disk Size: 50Gb
* Cluster: Cluster A
* Network: default- net
The API call is falling, indicating an issue with the payload:
The body is saved in Desktop/ Files/API_Create_VM,text
Correct any issues in the text file that would prevent from creating the VM. Also ensure the VM will be created as speeded and make sure it is saved for re-use using that filename.
Deploy the vm through the API
Note: Do not power on the VM.
See the Explanation for step by step solution.
acli net.list(uuid network defult_net)
ncli cluster info(uuid cluster)
Put Call: https://Prism Central IP address : 9440/api/nutanix/v3vms
Edit these lines to fix the API call, do not add new lines or copy lines.
You can test using the Prism Element API explorer or PostMan