The service template defines the parameters of the service instance, such as the software image, virtual machine flavor, service type, and interfaces. Service templates are configured within the scope of a domain and can be used on all projects within the specified domain.
Service Template (ST Config)
|S_Tmp_name||The name of the service template.|
|S_Tmp_version||The service template version. The default value is 2. Do not change this parameter because service template version 2 is required to support port tuples.|
|S_Tmp_service_mode||Service mode is the network mode used by the VM-Series firewall service instance. For the L3 network template, the default value is in-network. For the virtual wire template, the default value is transparent.|
|S_Tmp_service_type||The type of service being deployed by the template. The default value is firewall and should not be changed when deploying the VM-Series firewall.|
|S_Tmp_image_name||This parameter specifies the VM-Series base image used by the Heat template when deploying the VM-Series firewall. Edit this parameter to match the name of the VM-Series firewall image uploaded to your OpenStack environment.|
|S_Tmp_flavor||This parameter defines the hardware resources allocated to the VM-Series firewall. The default value is m1.large.|
|S_Tmp_interface_type_mgmt S_Tmp_interface_type_left S_Tmp_interface_type_right||The parameters define the interface type for management, left, and right interfaces.|
|domain||The domain where this service template is tied to. The default value is default-domain.|
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