» openstack_networking_port_v2

Manages a V2 port resource within OpenStack.

» Example Usage

» Simple port

resource "openstack_networking_network_v2" "network_1" {
  name           = "network_1"
  admin_state_up = "true"

resource "openstack_networking_port_v2" "port_1" {
  name           = "port_1"
  network_id     = "${openstack_networking_network_v2.network_1.id}"
  admin_state_up = "true"

» Port with physical binding information

resource "openstack_networking_network_v2" "network_1" {
  name           = "network_1"
  admin_state_up = "true"

resource "openstack_networking_port_v2" "port_1" {
  name           = "port_1"
  network_id     = "${openstack_networking_network_v2.network_1.id}"
  device_id      = "cdf70fcf-c161-4f24-9c70-96b3f5a54b71"
  device_owner   = "baremetal:none"
  admin_state_up = "true"

  binding {
    host_id   = "b080b9cf-46e0-4ce8-ad47-0fd4accc872b"
    vnic_type = "baremetal"
    profile   = <<EOF
  "local_link_information": [
      "switch_info": "info1",
      "port_id": "Ethernet3/4",
      "switch_id": "12:34:56:78:9A:BC"
      "switch_info": "info2",
      "port_id": "Ethernet3/4",
      "switch_id": "12:34:56:78:9A:BD"
  "vlan_type": "allowed"

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • region - (Optional) The region in which to obtain the V2 Networking client. A Networking client is needed to create a port. If omitted, the region argument of the provider is used. Changing this creates a new port.

  • name - (Optional) A unique name for the port. Changing this updates the name of an existing port.

  • description - (Optional) Human-readable description of the port. Changing this updates the description of an existing port.

  • network_id - (Required) The ID of the network to attach the port to. Changing this creates a new port.

  • admin_state_up - (Optional) Administrative up/down status for the port (must be true or false if provided). Changing this updates the admin_state_up of an existing port.

  • mac_address - (Optional) Specify a specific MAC address for the port. Changing this creates a new port.

  • tenant_id - (Optional) The owner of the port. Required if admin wants to create a port for another tenant. Changing this creates a new port.

  • device_owner - (Optional) The device owner of the port. Changing this creates a new port.

  • security_group_ids - (Optional - Conflicts with no_security_groups) A list of security group IDs to apply to the port. The security groups must be specified by ID and not name (as opposed to how they are configured with the Compute Instance).

  • no_security_groups - (Optional - Conflicts with security_group_ids) If set to true, then no security groups are applied to the port. If set to false and no security_group_ids are specified, then the port will yield to the default behavior of the Networking service, which is to usually apply the "default" security group.

  • device_id - (Optional) The ID of the device attached to the port. Changing this creates a new port.

  • fixed_ip - (Optional - Conflicts with no_fixed_ip) An array of desired IPs for this port. The structure is described below.

  • no_fixed_ip - (Optional - Conflicts with fixed_ip) Create a port with no fixed IP address. This will also remove any fixed IPs previously set on a port. true is the only valid value for this argument.

  • allowed_address_pairs - (Optional) An IP/MAC Address pair of additional IP addresses that can be active on this port. The structure is described below.

  • extra_dhcp_option - (Optional) An extra DHCP option that needs to be configured on the port. The structure is described below. Can be specified multiple times.

  • port_security_enabled - (Optional) Whether to explicitly enable or disable port security on the port. Port Security is usually enabled by default, so omitting argument will usually result in a value of true. Setting this explicitly to false will disable port security. In order to disable port security, the port must not have any security groups. Valid values are true and false.

  • value_specs - (Optional) Map of additional options.

  • tags - (Optional) A set of string tags for the port.

  • binding - (Optional) The port binding allows to specify binding information for the port. The structure is described below.

  • dns_name - (Optional) The port DNS name. Available, when Neutron DNS extension is enabled.

  • qos_policy_id - (Optional) Reference to the associated QoS policy.

The fixed_ip block supports:

  • subnet_id - (Required) Subnet in which to allocate IP address for this port.

  • ip_address - (Optional) IP address desired in the subnet for this port. If you don't specify ip_address, an available IP address from the specified subnet will be allocated to this port. This field will not be populated if it is left blank or omitted. To retrieve the assigned IP address, use the all_fixed_ips attribute.

The allowed_address_pairs block supports:

  • ip_address - (Required) The additional IP address.

  • mac_address - (Optional) The additional MAC address.

The extra_dhcp_option block supports:

  • name - (Required) Name of the DHCP option.

  • value - (Required) Value of the DHCP option.

  • ip_version - (Optional) IP protocol version. Defaults to 4.

The binding block supports:

  • host_id - (Optional) The ID of the host to allocate port on.

  • profile - (Optional) Custom data to be passed as binding:profile. Data must be passed as JSON.

  • vnic_type - (Optional) VNIC type for the port. Can either be direct, direct-physical, macvtap, normal, baremetal or virtio-forwarder. Default value is normal.

  • vif_details - (Computed) A map of JSON strings containing additional details for this specific binding.

  • vif_type - (Computed) The VNIC type of the port binding.

» Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

» Import

Ports can be imported using the id, e.g.

$ terraform import openstack_networking_port_v2.port_1 eae26a3e-1c33-4cc1-9c31-0cd729c438a1

» Notes

» Ports and Instances

There are some notes to consider when connecting Instances to networks using Ports. Please see the openstack_compute_instance_v2 documentation for further documentation.