Installation Guide

Big data Cumulus-Linux installation guide

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B U I L D I N G A D AT A C E NT E R N E T W O R K W I T H C U M U L U S L I N U X T O R U N A P A C H E H A D OO P www.cumulusnetworks.com 13 Assign an IP address to the loopback: address 10.2.1.1/32 Spine Port Configuration Create a Mako configuration to set the uplink interfaces into an unnumbered configuration: % for i in spine-ports: auto swp${i} iface swp${i} address 10.2.1.1/32 mtu 9000 % endfor VLAN Configuration Create the global bridge called bridge: auto bridge iface bridge Assign physical ports to the VLAN and enable STP: bridge-vlan-aware yes bridge-ports ${portstr} bridge-pvid 1 bridge-stp on Assign an IP address to VLAN 1 on the bridge: auto bridge.1 iface bridge.1 address 10.4.1.1/25 You can now exit out of editing your /etc/network/interfaces file. Once these interfaces have been created, apply the configuration by having ifreload reread the entire configuration: cumulus@switch:~$ sudo ifreload -a Enable Quagga and Configure Routing The first step is to enable the zebra and ospf daemons. Open your /etc/quagga/daemons file and change the two highlighted daemon flags from their default of no to yes: zebra=yes bgpd=no ospfd=yes ospf6d=no ripd=no ripngd=no

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