The virtual machine parameters define the left and right
Linux servers. The name of the port tuple is defined here and referenced
by the heat template. In Contrail, a port tuple is an ordered set
of virtual network interfaces connected to the same virtual machine.
With a port tuple, you can create ports and pass that information
when creating a service instance. The heat template creates the
left, right, and management ports and adds them to the port tuple.
The port tuple is then linked to the service instance. When you
launch the service instance using the heat templates, the port tuple
maps the service virtual machine to the virtual machine deployed
Machine (VM Config)
The flavor of the left and right virtual machines.
The default value is m1.small.
left_vm_image or right_vm_image or image
The name of the software image for the left
and right virtual machines. Change this value to match the file
name of the image you uploaded.
The default is TestVM, which
is a default image provided by OpenStack.
The name applied to the VM-Series firewall.
left_vm_name and right_vm_name
The name of the left and right virtual machines.
The name of the port tuple used by the two
Linux servers and the VM-Series firewall.
The server key is used for accessing virtual
machines through SSH. The default value is server_key. You can change
this value by entering a new server key in the environment file.