Enable the Non-Journal Plug-in
This is an alternative Neutron configuration for setting up Layer 2 and Layer 3 without using journaling.
Complete the following changes in the configuration files to enable the non-journal plug-in.
The following configuration lines must be available in
/etc/neutron/plugins/ml2/ml2_conf.ini. The mechanism driver must be
set to extreme_efa along with
[ml2] mechanism_drivers = openvswitch,extreme_efa,sriovnicswitch
L3 Service Plug-in Configuration
The following configuration lines must be available in the
/etc/neutron/neutron.conf file for the L3 Service plug-in to be
[DEFAULT] service_plugins = extreme_l3_efa,efa_topology_plugin,trunk,segments
extreme_l3_efais an L3 Service Plug-in and is a replacement for the default L3 Service Plug-in (called
router). Only one of them should be used.
L3 Flavor Configuration
To enable L3 flavors with Extreme, service providers must be added to
follows. Multiple service providers flavor, that is
ExtremeL3ServiceProviderv2, can be added to the configuration file,
but only one can be the default. The router creation command must specify the flavor
profile for whichever router is being created. For more information, see L3 Flavors.
[service_providers] service_provider = L3_ROUTER_NAT:extreme:networking_extreme.l3.l3_flavor. ExtremeL3ServiceProvider:default
Flavors require the default L3 Service Plug-in (called
router). In other
words, flavors can be used only when the service plug-in is
service_plugins = router,efa_topology_plugin,trunk,segments