Connect labtestvirt2003 eth1 and eth2 interface(s) to switch fabric
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When labtestvirt2003 was setup in T166237: rack/setup/install labtestvirt2003 I must have failed to note that it needed the eth1 interface connected. Our 'labvirts' traditionally use eth0 for the host and management traffic, and eth1 for tenants. Additionally we are close to piloting eth2 for vxlan use cases so seems ideal to get it done at one time :)

eth0 is setup and good to go but at the moment no tenants have connectivity as eth1 is not connected.

eth0 status checked with lldpcli show neighbors and

interface-range vlan-labs-hosts1-b-codfw {
    member ge-1/0/11;

eth1 is 30:e1:71:60:e9:7d

chasemp created this task.Dec 18 2017, 6:25 PM
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RobH assigned this task to Papaul.Wed, Jan 3, 10:10 PM
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@Papaul,

please document which ports you connect to so we can update the switch config accordingly. thanks!

RobH moved this task from Backlog to Up Next on the ops-codfw board.Wed, Jan 3, 10:10 PM
Papaul added a comment.Thu, Jan 4, 1:00 AM

@RobH

This was not on my dashboard so I missed it. I will get on it when back at the DC tomorrow.

Papaul added a comment.EditedThu, Jan 4, 4:46 PM

@RobH
Row B rack B1
labtestvirt2003 ge-1/0/12

Papaul reassigned this task from Papaul to RobH.Thu, Jan 4, 4:46 PM
RobH added a comment.Thu, Jan 4, 6:20 PM

synced up with @Papaul via irc:

labtestvirt2003:eth1:ge-1/0/12
labtestvirt2003:eth2:ge-1/0/14