Testing Nested Network Connectivity

Testing Nested Network Connectivity

Similarly to the baremetal testing, we can create a demo deployment, scale it to any number of pods and expose the service to check if the deployment was successful:

$ kubectl run demo --image=celebdor/kuryr-demo
$ kubectl scale deploy/demo --replicas=2
$ kubectl expose deploy/demo --port=80 --target-port=8080

After a few seconds you can check that the pods are up and running and the neutron subports have been created (and in ACTIVE status) at the undercloud:

(OVERCLOUD)
$ kubectl get pods
NAME                    READY     STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
demo-1575152709-4k19q   1/1       Running   0          2m
demo-1575152709-vmjwx   1/1       Running   0          12s

(UNDERCLOUD)
$ openstack port list | grep demo
| 1019bc07-fcdd-4c78-adbd-72a04dffd6ba | demo-1575152709-4k19q | fa:16:3e:b5:de:1f | ip_address='10.0.0.65', subnet_id='b98d40d1-57ac-4909-8db5-0bf0226719d8' | ACTIVE |
| 33c4d79f-4fde-4817-b672-a5ec026fa833 | demo-1575152709-vmjwx | fa:16:3e:32:58:38 | ip_address='10.0.0.70', subnet_id='b98d40d1-57ac-4909-8db5-0bf0226719d8' | ACTIVE |

Then, we can check that the service has been created, as well as the respective loadbalancer at the undercloud:

(OVERCLOUD)
$ kubectl get svc
NAME             CLUSTER-IP   EXTERNAL-IP   PORT(S)   AGE
svc/demo         10.0.0.171   <none>        80/TCP    1m
svc/kubernetes   10.0.0.129   <none>        443/TCP   45m

(UNDERCLOUD)
$ openstack loadbalancer list
+--------------------------------------+--------------------+----------------------------------+-------------+---------------------+----------+
| id                                   | name               | tenant_id                        | vip_address | provisioning_status | provider |
+--------------------------------------+--------------------+----------------------------------+-------------+---------------------+----------+
| a3b85089-1fbd-47e1-a697-bbdfd0fa19e3 | default/kubernetes | 672bc45aedfe4ec7b0e90959b1029e30 | 10.0.0.129  | ACTIVE              | haproxy  |
| e55b3f75-15dc-4bc5-b4f4-bce65fc15aa4 | default/demo       | e4757688696641218fba0bac86ff7117 | 10.0.0.171  | ACTIVE              | haproxy  |
+--------------------------------------+--------------------+----------------------------------+-------------+---------------------+----------+

Finally, you can log in into one of the containers and curl the service IP to check that each time a different pod answer the request:

$ kubectl exec -it demo-1575152709-4k19q -- /bin/sh
sh-4.2$ curl 10.0.0.171
demo-1575152709-4k19q: HELLO, I AM ALIVE!!!
sh-4.2$ curl 10.0.0.771
demo-1575152709-vmjwx: HELLO, I AM ALIVE!!!
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