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 19 Loopback Configuration Create the global loopback: auto lo iface lo inet loopback Assign an IP address to each bridge: address 10.2.1.7/32 Spine Port Configuration Next, create all interfaces listed in the above Mako configuration: % for i in spine-ports: auto swp${i} iface swp${i} address 10.2.1.7/32 mtu 9000 % endfor Core Port Configuration Next, configure the core port interfaces. Note: This configuration is dependent on the core devices you are connecting to. As such, the example is an incomplete reference that is dependent on your individual site setup. auto swp31 iface swp31 address [IP]/30 mtu 9000 auto swp32 iface swp32 address [IP]/30 mtu 9000 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 flag from their default of no to yes. Note: If you will be using BGP to talk to your core network then you will need to also enable bgpd here by changing its value from no to yes.

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