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From t..@apache.org
Subject [07/22] Marvin IP cleared tests for various cloudstack components
Date Tue, 14 May 2013 04:56:53 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/cloudstack/blob/894413e3/test/integration/component/test_vpc_network_lbrules.py
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+# Licensed to the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) under one
+# or more contributor license agreements.  See the NOTICE file
+# distributed with this work for additional information
+# regarding copyright ownership.  The ASF licenses this file
+# to you under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the
+# "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance
+# with the License.  You may obtain a copy of the License at
+#
+#   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
+#
+# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing,
+# software distributed under the License is distributed on an
+# "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY
+# KIND, either express or implied.  See the License for the
+# specific language governing permissions and limitations
+# under the License.
+
+""" Component tests for VPC network functionality - Load Balancing Rules
+"""
+#Import Local Modules
+#import marvin
+from nose.plugins.attrib import attr
+from marvin.cloudstackTestCase import cloudstackTestCase, unittest
+#from marvin.cloudstackAPI import
+#from marvin.integration.lib.utils import
+from marvin.integration.lib.base import (stopRouter,
+                                        startRouter,
+                                        Account,
+                                        VpcOffering,
+                                        VPC,
+                                        ServiceOffering,
+                                        NATRule,
+                                        NetworkACL,
+                                        PublicIPAddress,
+                                        NetworkOffering,
+                                        Network,
+                                        VirtualMachine,
+                                        LoadBalancerRule,
+                                        StaticNATRule)
+from marvin.integration.lib.common import (get_domain,
+                                        get_zone,
+                                        get_template,
+                                        cleanup_resources,
+                                        wait_for_cleanup,
+                                        list_routers)
+
+class Services:
+    """Test VPC network services Load Balancing Rules Test data
+    """
+
+    def __init__(self):
+        self.services = {
+                        "account": {
+                                    "email": "test@test.com",
+                                    "firstname": "Test",
+                                    "lastname": "User",
+                                    "username": "test",
+                                    # Random characters are appended for unique
+                                    # username
+                                    "password": "password",
+                                    },
+                        "host1":None,
+                        "host2":None,
+                        "service_offering": {
+                                    "name": "Tiny Instance",
+                                    "displaytext": "Tiny Instance",
+                                    "cpunumber": 1,
+                                    "cpuspeed": 1000,
+                                    "memory": 512,
+                                    },
+                        "network_offering": {
+                                    "name": 'VPC Network offering',
+                                    "displaytext": 'VPC Network off',
+                                    "guestiptype": 'Isolated',
+                                    "supportedservices": 'Vpn,Dhcp,Dns,SourceNat,PortForwarding,Lb,UserData,StaticNat,NetworkACL',
+                                    "traffictype": 'GUEST',
+                                    "availability": 'Optional',
+                                    "useVpc": 'on',
+                                    "serviceProviderList": {
+                                            "Vpn": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "Dhcp": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "Dns": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "SourceNat": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "PortForwarding": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "Lb": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "UserData": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "StaticNat": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "NetworkACL": 'VpcVirtualRouter'
+                                        },
+                                    "servicecapabilitylist": {
+                                    },
+                                },
+                        "network_offering_no_lb": {
+                                    "name": 'VPC Network offering',
+                                    "displaytext": 'VPC Network off',
+                                    "guestiptype": 'Isolated',
+                                    "supportedservices": 'Dhcp,Dns,SourceNat,PortForwarding,UserData,StaticNat,NetworkACL',
+                                    "traffictype": 'GUEST',
+                                    "availability": 'Optional',
+                                    "useVpc": 'on',
+                                    "serviceProviderList": {
+                                            "Dhcp": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "Dns": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "SourceNat": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "PortForwarding": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "UserData": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "StaticNat": 'VpcVirtualRouter',
+                                            "NetworkACL": 'VpcVirtualRouter'
+                                        },
+                                },
+                        "vpc_offering": {
+                                    "name": 'VPC off',
+                                    "displaytext": 'VPC off',
+                                    "supportedservices": 'Dhcp,Dns,SourceNat,PortForwarding,Vpn,Lb,UserData,StaticNat',
+                                },
+                        "vpc": {
+                                "name": "TestVPC",
+                                "displaytext": "TestVPC",
+                                "cidr": '10.0.0.1/24'
+                                },
+                        "network": {
+                                "name": "Test Network",
+                                "displaytext": "Test Network",
+                                "netmask": '255.255.255.0'
+                                },
+                        "lbrule": {
+                                    "name": "SSH",
+                                    "alg": "leastconn",
+                                    # Algorithm used for load balancing
+                                    "privateport": 22,
+                                    "publicport": 2222,
+                                    "openfirewall": False,
+                                    "startport": 22,
+                                    "endport": 2222,
+                                    "protocol": "TCP",
+                                    "cidrlist": '0.0.0.0/0',
+                                },
+                        "lbrule_http": {
+                                    "name": "HTTP",
+                                    "alg": "leastconn",
+                                    # Algorithm used for load balancing
+                                    "privateport": 80,
+                                    "publicport": 8888,
+                                    "openfirewall": False,
+                                    "startport": 80,
+                                    "endport": 8888,
+                                    "protocol": "TCP",
+                                    "cidrlist": '0.0.0.0/0',
+                                },
+                        "natrule": {
+                                    "privateport": 22,
+                                    "publicport": 22,
+                                    "startport": 22,
+                                    "endport": 22,
+                                    "protocol": "TCP",
+                                    "cidrlist": '0.0.0.0/0',
+                                },
+                        "http_rule": {
+                                    "startport": 80,
+                                    "endport": 80,
+                                    "cidrlist": '0.0.0.0/0',
+                                    "protocol": "TCP"
+                                },
+                        "virtual_machine": {
+                                    "displayname": "Test VM",
+                                    "username": "root",
+                                    "password": "password",
+                                    "ssh_port": 22,
+                                    "hypervisor": 'XenServer',
+                                    # Hypervisor type should be same as
+                                    # hypervisor type of cluster
+                                    "privateport": 22,
+                                    "publicport": 22,
+                                    "protocol": 'TCP',
+                                },
+                        "ostype": 'CentOS 5.3 (64-bit)',
+                        "sleep": 60,
+                        "timeout": 10,
+                        "mode": 'advanced'
+                    }
+
+class TestVPCNetworkLBRules(cloudstackTestCase):
+
+    @classmethod
+    def setUpClass(cls):
+        cls.api_client = super(
+                            TestVPCNetworkLBRules,
+                            cls
+                            ).getClsTestClient().getApiClient()
+        cls.services = Services().services
+        # Get Zone, Domain and templates
+        cls.domain = get_domain(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.zone = get_zone(cls.api_client, cls.services)
+        cls.template = get_template(
+                            cls.api_client,
+                            cls.zone.id,
+                            cls.services["ostype"]
+                            )
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["zoneid"] = cls.zone.id
+        cls.services["virtual_machine"]["template"] = cls.template.id
+
+        cls.service_offering = ServiceOffering.create(
+                                            cls.api_client,
+                                            cls.services["service_offering"]
+                                            )
+        cls._cleanup = [cls.service_offering]
+        return
+
+    @classmethod
+    def tearDownClass(cls):
+        try:
+            #Cleanup resources used
+            cleanup_resources(cls.api_client, cls._cleanup)
+        except Exception as e:
+            print ("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+            #raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+
+    def setUp(self):
+        self.apiclient = self.testClient.getApiClient()
+        self.account = Account.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.services["account"],
+                                    admin=True,
+                                    domainid=self.domain.id
+                                    )
+        self._cleanup = [self.account]
+        self.debug("Creating a VPC offering..")
+        self.vpc_off = VpcOffering.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.services["vpc_offering"]
+                                    )
+
+        self._cleanup.append(self.vpc_off)
+        self.debug("Enabling the VPC offering created")
+        self.vpc_off.update(self.apiclient, state='Enabled')
+
+        self.debug("Creating a VPC network in the account: %s" % self.account.account.name)
+        self.services["vpc"]["cidr"] = '10.1.1.1/16'
+        self.vpc = VPC.create(
+                        self.apiclient,
+                        self.services["vpc"],
+                        vpcofferingid=self.vpc_off.id,
+                        zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                        account=self.account.account.name,
+                        domainid=self.account.account.domainid
+                        )
+        return
+
+    def tearDown(self):
+        try:
+            #Clean up, terminate the created network offerings
+            cleanup_resources(self.apiclient, self._cleanup)
+            wait_for_cleanup(self.apiclient, [
+                                            "network.gc.interval",
+                                            "network.gc.wait"])
+
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.debug("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+            #raise Exception("Warning: Exception during cleanup : %s" % e)
+        return
+
+    def get_Router_For_VPC(self):
+        routers = list_routers(self.apiclient,
+                            account=self.account.account.name,
+                            domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                            )
+        self.assertEqual(isinstance(routers, list),
+                        True,
+                        "Check for list routers response return valid data"
+                        )
+        self.assertNotEqual(len(routers),
+                            0,
+                            "Check list router response"
+                            )
+        router = routers[0]
+        return router
+
+
+    def stop_VPC_VRouter(self):
+        router = self.get_Router_For_VPC()
+        self.debug("Stopping router ID: %s" % router.id)
+        cmd = stopRouter.stopRouterCmd()
+        cmd.id = router.id
+        self.apiclient.stopRouter(cmd)
+
+        routers = list_routers(self.apiclient,
+                            account=self.account.account.name,
+                            domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                            )
+        self.assertEqual(isinstance(routers, list),
+                        True,
+                        "Check for list routers response return valid data"
+                        )
+        router = routers[0]
+        self.assertEqual(router.state,
+                    'Stopped',
+                    "Check list router response for router state"
+                    )
+        return router
+
+    def start_VPC_VRouter(self, router):
+        # Start the VPC Router
+        cmd = startRouter.startRouterCmd()
+        cmd.id = router.id
+        self.apiclient.startRouter(cmd)
+
+        routers = list_routers(self.apiclient,
+                            account=self.account.account.name,
+                            domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                            zoneid=self.zone.id
+                            )
+        self.assertEqual(isinstance(routers, list),
+                        True,
+                        "Check for list routers response return valid data"
+                        )
+        router = routers[0]
+        self.assertEqual(router.state,
+                    'Running',
+                    "Check list router response for router state"
+                    )
+
+    def check_ssh_into_vm(self, vm, public_ip, testnegative=False):
+        self.debug("Checking if we can SSH into VM=%s on public_ip=%s" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+        try:
+            vm.get_ssh_client(ipaddress=public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
+            if not testnegative:
+                self.debug("SSH into VM=%s on public_ip=%s is successfully" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+            else:
+                self.fail("SSH into VM=%s on public_ip=%s is successfully" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+        except:
+            if not testnegative:
+                self.fail("Failed to SSH into VM - %s" % (public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+            else:
+                self.debug("Failed to SSH into VM - %s" % (public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+
+    def check_wget_from_vm(self, vm, public_ip, testnegative=False):
+        import urllib
+        self.debug("Checking if we can wget from a VM=%s http server on public_ip=%s"  % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+        try:
+            urllib.urlretrieve("http://%s/test.html" % public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress, filename="test.html")
+            if not testnegative:
+                self.debug("Successesfull to wget from VM=%s http server on public_ip=%s" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+            else:
+                self.fail("Successesfull to wget from VM=%s http server on public_ip=%s" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+        except:
+            if not testnegative:
+                self.fail("Failed to wget from VM=%s http server on public_ip=%s" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+            else:
+                self.debug("Failed to wget from VM=%s http server on public_ip=%s" % (vm.name, public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress))
+
+    def create_StaticNatRule_For_VM(self, vm, public_ip, network):
+        self.debug("Enabling static NAT for IP: %s" %
+                                            public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
+        try:
+            StaticNATRule.enable(
+                            self.apiclient,
+                            ipaddressid=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
+                            virtualmachineid=vm.id,
+                            networkid=network.id
+                            )
+            self.debug("Static NAT enabled for IP: %s" %
+                                            public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
+        except Exception as e:
+            self.fail("Failed to enable static NAT on IP: %s - %s" % (
+                                        public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress, e))
+
+    def create_NatRule_For_VM(self, vm, public_ip, network):
+        self.debug("Creatinng NAT rule in network for vm with public IP")
+        nat_rule = NATRule.create(self.apiclient,
+                                vm,
+                                self.services["natrule"],
+                                ipaddressid=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
+                                openfirewall=False,
+                                networkid=network.id,
+                                vpcid=self.vpc.id
+                                )
+
+        self.debug("Adding NetwrokACl rules to make NAT rule accessible")
+        nwacl_nat = NetworkACL.create(self.apiclient,
+                                    networkid=network.id,
+                                    services=self.services["natrule"],
+                                    traffictype='Ingress'
+                                    )
+        self.debug('nwacl_nat=%s' % nwacl_nat.__dict__)
+        return nat_rule
+
+    def acquire_Public_IP(self, network):
+        self.debug("Associating public IP for network: %s" % network.name)
+        public_ip = PublicIPAddress.create(self.apiclient,
+                                accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                                domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                                networkid=None, #network.id,
+                                vpcid=self.vpc.id
+                                )
+        self.debug("Associated %s with network %s" % (public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress,
+                                        network.id
+                                        ))
+        return public_ip
+
+    def create_VPC(self, cidr='10.1.2.1/16'):
+        self.debug("Creating a VPC offering..")
+        self.services["vpc_offering"]["name"] = self.services["vpc_offering"]["name"] + str(cidr)
+        vpc_off = VpcOffering.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.services["vpc_offering"]
+                                    )
+
+        self._cleanup.append(self.vpc_off)
+        self.debug("Enabling the VPC offering created")
+        vpc_off.update(self.apiclient, state='Enabled')
+
+        self.debug("Creating a VPC network in the account: %s" % self.account.account.name)
+        self.services["vpc"]["cidr"] = cidr
+        vpc = VPC.create(
+                        self.apiclient,
+                        self.services["vpc"],
+                        vpcofferingid=vpc_off.id,
+                        zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                        account=self.account.account.name,
+                        domainid=self.account.account.domainid
+                        )
+        return vpc
+
+    def create_Network(self, net_offerring, gateway='10.1.1.1',vpc=None):
+        try:
+            self.debug('Create NetworkOffering')
+            net_offerring["name"] = "NET_OFF-" + str(gateway)
+            nw_off = NetworkOffering.create(self.apiclient,
+                                            net_offerring,
+                                            conservemode=False
+                                        )
+            # Enable Network offering
+            nw_off.update(self.apiclient, state='Enabled')
+            self._cleanup.append(nw_off)
+            self.debug('Created and Enabled NetworkOffering')
+
+            self.services["network"]["name"] = "NETWORK-" + str(gateway)
+            self.debug('Adding Network=%s' % self.services["network"])
+            obj_network = Network.create(self.apiclient,
+                                    self.services["network"],
+                                    accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                    domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                                    networkofferingid=nw_off.id,
+                                    zoneid=self.zone.id,
+                                    gateway=gateway,
+                                    vpcid=vpc.id if vpc else self.vpc.id
+                                    )
+            self.debug("Created network with ID: %s" % obj_network.id)
+            return obj_network
+        except:
+            self.fail('Unable to create a Network with offering=%s' % net_offerring)
+
+    def create_VM_in_Network(self, network, host_id=None):
+        try:
+            self.debug('Creating VM in network=%s' % network.name)
+            vm = VirtualMachine.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    self.services["virtual_machine"],
+                                    accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                    domainid=self.account.account.domainid,
+                                    serviceofferingid=self.service_offering.id,
+                                    networkids=[str(network.id)],
+                                    hostid=host_id
+                                    )
+            self.debug('Created VM=%s in network=%s' % (vm.id, network.name))
+
+            return vm
+        except:
+            self.fail('Unable to create VM in a Network=%s' % network.name)
+
+    def create_LB_Rule(self, public_ip, network, vmarray, services=None):
+        self.debug("Creating LB rule for IP address: %s" %
+                                        public_ip.ipaddress.ipaddress)
+        objservices = None
+        if services:
+            objservices = services
+        else:
+            objservices = self.services["lbrule"]
+
+        lb_rule = LoadBalancerRule.create(
+                                    self.apiclient,
+                                    objservices,
+                                    ipaddressid=public_ip.ipaddress.id,
+                                    accountid=self.account.account.name,
+                                    networkid=network.id,
+                                    vpcid=self.vpc.id,
+                                    domainid=self.account.account.domainid
+                                )
+        self.debug("Adding virtual machines %s and %s to LB rule" % (vmarray))
+        lb_rule.assign(self.apiclient, vmarray)
+        return lb_rule
+
+    def create_egress_Internet_Rule(self, network):
+        self.debug("Adding Egress rules to network %s and %s to allow access to internet" % (network.name,self.services["http_rule"]))
+        nwacl_internet_1 = NetworkACL.create(
+                                self.apiclient,
+                                networkid=network.id,
+                                services=self.services["http_rule"],
+                                traffictype='Egress'
+                                )
+
+        return nwacl_internet_1
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_01_VPC_LBRulesListing(self):
+        """ Test case no 210 and 227: List Load Balancing Rules belonging to a VPC
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 6. Deploy vm3 and vm4 in network2.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 8. Use the Create LB rule for vm3 amd vm4 in network2.
+        # 11. List LB rule
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1')
+        self.debug("deploying VMs in network: %s" % network_2.name)
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        vm_4 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule1 = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2])
+        public_ip_2 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_2)
+        lb_rule2 = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_2, network_2, [vm_3, vm_4])
+        lb_rules = LoadBalancerRule.list(self.apiclient,
+                                        id=lb_rule1.id,
+                                        listall=True
+                                        )
+        self.failIfEqual(lb_rules,
+                        None,
+                        "Failed to list the LB Rule"
+                        )
+        lb_rules = LoadBalancerRule.list(self.apiclient,
+                                        id=lb_rule2.id,
+                                        listall=True
+                                        )
+        self.failIfEqual(lb_rules,
+                        None,
+                        "Failed to list the LB Rule"
+                        )
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_02_VPC_LBRulesAndVMListing(self):
+        """ Test case no 211 and 228: List only VMs suitable for the Virtual Network on VPC for LB Rule
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 6. Deploy vm3 and vm4 in network2 on secondary host.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 9. List LB rule for network1 list vms on network1 for selection of LB rule.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1')
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        self.debug('vm_3=%s' % vm_3.id)
+        vm_4 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        self.debug('vm_4=%s' % vm_4.id)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2])
+        lb_rules = LoadBalancerRule.list(self.apiclient,
+                                        id=lb_rule.id,
+                                        listall=True
+                                        )
+        self.failIfEqual(lb_rules,
+                        None,
+                        "Failed to list the LB Rule"
+                        )
+        vms = VirtualMachine.list(self.apiclient,
+                                networkid=network_1.id,
+                                listall=True
+                                )
+        self.failIfEqual(vms,
+                        None,
+                        "Failed to list the VMs in network=%s" % network_1.name
+                        )
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_03_VPC_CreateLBRuleInMultipleNetworks(self):
+        """ Test case no 212 : Create LB rules for 1 network which is part of a two/multiple virtual networks of a
+            VPC using a new Public IP Address available with the VPC when the Virtual Router is in Running State
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 8. Add vm3 to LB rule.
+        # 9. wget a file and check for LB rule.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1')
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2], self.services["lbrule_http"])
+        lb_rule.assign(self.apiclient, [vm_3])
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_04_VPC_CreateLBRuleInMultipleNetworksVRStoppedState(self):
+        """ Test case no 222 : Create LB rules for a two/multiple virtual networks of a 
+            VPC using a new Public IP Address available with the VPC when the Virtual Router is in Stopped State
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 8. Add vm3 to LB rule.
+        # 9. wget a file and check for LB rule.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1')
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2], self.services["lbrule_http"])
+        lb_rule.assign(self.apiclient, [vm_3])
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        return    
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_05_VPC_CreateAndDeleteLBRule(self):
+        """ Test case no 214 : Delete few(not all) LB rules for a single virtual network of a
+            VPC belonging to a single Public IP Address when the Virtual Router is in Running State
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 6. Use the Create LB rule for http and ssh vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1.
+        # 7. wget and ssh and check for LB rule.
+        # 8. Delete ssh LB Rule.
+        # 9. ssh LB should fail.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1  = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule_http = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3], self.services["lbrule_http"])
+        lb_rule_nat  = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3])
+        self.debug('lb_rule_http=%s' % lb_rule_http.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        lb_rule_nat.delete()
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_06_VPC_CreateAndDeleteLBRuleVRStopppedState(self):
+        """ Test case no 224 : Delete few(not all) LB rules for a single virtual network of 
+            a VPC belonging to a single Public IP Address when the Virtual Router is in Stopped State
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 6. Use the Create LB rule for http and ssh vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1.
+        # 7. wget and ssh and check for LB rule.
+        # 8. Delete ssh LB Rule.
+        # 9. ssh LB should fail.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1  = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule_http = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3], self.services["lbrule_http"])
+        lb_rule_nat  = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3])
+        self.debug('lb_rule_http=%s' % lb_rule_http.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        lb_rule_nat.delete()
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        return    
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_07_VPC_CreateAndDeleteAllLBRule(self):
+        """ Test case no 215 : Delete all LB rules for a single virtual network of a
+            VPC belonging to a single Public IP Address when the Virtual Router is in Running State
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 6. Use the Create LB rule for http and ssh vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1.
+        # 7. wget and ssh and check for LB rule.
+        # 8. Delete all LB Rule.
+        # 9. ssh and http LB should fail.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1  = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule_http = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3], self.services["lbrule_http"])
+        lb_rule_nat  = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3])
+        self.debug('lb_rule_http=%s' % lb_rule_http.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        lb_rule_nat.delete()
+        lb_rule_http.delete()
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_08_VPC_CreateAndDeleteAllLBRuleVRStoppedState(self):
+        """ Test case no 225 and 226 : Delete all LB rules for a single virtual network of a 
+            VPC belonging to a single Public IP Address when the Virtual Router is in Stopped State
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 6. Use the Create LB rule for http and ssh vm1, vm2 and vm3 in network1.
+        # 7. wget and ssh and check for LB rule.
+        # 8. Delete all LB Rule.
+        # 9. ssh and http LB should fail.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1  = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule_http = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3], self.services["lbrule_http"])
+        lb_rule_nat  = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2, vm_3])
+        self.debug('lb_rule_http=%s' % lb_rule_http.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        lb_rule_nat.delete()
+        lb_rule_http.delete()
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        return
+    
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_09_VPC_LBRuleCreateFailMultipleVPC(self):
+        """ Test case no 234 : User should not be allowed to create a LB rule for a VM that belongs to a different VPC.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 1. Create a VPC2 with cidr - 10.1.2.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC2.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1 on primary host.
+        # 6. Deploy vm3 and vm4 in network2 on secondary host.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 9. wget and check LB Rule
+        # 10. create LB rule for vm3 and vm4 in VPC1
+        # 11. LB rule creation should fail
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vpc2 = self.create_VPC()
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1',vpc2)
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        vm_4 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2])
+        self.debug('lb_rule=%s' % lb_rule.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        try:
+            lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_3, vm_4])
+            self.fail('Successfully created LB rule for vm_3, vm_4 in network1')
+        except:
+            self.debug('Failed to Create LB rule vm_3 and vm_4')
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_10_VPC_FailedToCreateLBRuleNonVPCNetwork(self):
+        """ Test case no 216 and 235: User should not be allowed to create a LB rule for a VM that does not belong to any VPC.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm3 in network1 and network 2 on primary host.
+        # 6. Deploy vm2 and vm4 in network2 and network 3 on secondary host.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 9. wget and check LB Rule
+        # 10. create LB rule for vm3 and vm4 in VPC1
+        # 11. LB rule creation should fail
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1')
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        network_3 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.3.1')
+        vm_4 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_3)
+        self.debug('vm_4=%s' % vm_4.id)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2])
+        self.debug('lb_rule=%s' % lb_rule.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        try:
+            lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_2, [vm_3, vm_4])
+            self.fail('Successfully created LB rule for vm_3, vm_4 in network2')
+        except:
+            self.debug('Failed to Create LB rule vm_3 and vm_4 in network2')
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_11_VPC_LBRuleCreateNotAllowed(self):
+        """ Test case no 217 and 236: User should not be allowed to create a LB rule for a
+            VM that does not belong to the same network but belongs to the same VPC.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 4. Add network2(10.1.2.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm3 in network1 and network 2 primary host.
+        # 6. Deploy vm2 and vm4 in network1 and network 2 on secondary host.
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 9. wget and check LB Rule
+        # 10. create LB rule for vm3 and vm1 in VPC1
+        # 11. LB rule creation should fail
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        network_2 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering_no_lb"], '10.1.2.1')
+        vm_3 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        vm_4 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_2)
+        self.debug('vm_4=%s' % vm_4.id)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_1, vm_2])
+        self.debug('lb_rule=%s' % lb_rule.__dict__)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        try:
+            lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_3, vm_1])
+            self.fail('Successfully created LB rule for vm_3, vm_1 in network1')
+        except:
+            self.debug('Failed to Create LB rule vm_3 and vm_1')
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_12_VPC_LBRuleCreateFailForRouterIP(self):
+        """ Test case no 218 and 237: User should not be allowed to create a LB rule on an Ipaddress that Source Nat enabled.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1 and network 2 primary host.
+        # 6. Get source NAT public ip of router
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 8. LB rule creation should fail
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        router = self.get_Router_For_VPC()
+        public_ip_1 = router.publicip
+        self.debug('router.publicip=%s' % public_ip_1)
+        try:
+            lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_2, vm_1])
+            self.fail('Successfully created LB rule for vm_2, vm_1 in network1 %s=' % lb_rule.__dict__)
+        except:
+            self.debug('Failed to Create LB rule vm_2 and vm_1')
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_13_VPC_LBRuleCreateFailForPFSourceNATIP(self):
+        """ Test case no 219 : User should not be allowed to create a LB rule on an Ipaddress that already has a PF rule.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1 and network 2 primary host.
+        # 6. aquire public ip address
+        # 6. Create a PP rule for vm1
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 8. LB rule creation should fail
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        nat_rule1  = self.create_NatRule_For_VM(vm_1, public_ip_1, network_1)
+        self.check_ssh_into_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=False)
+        self.debug('nat_rule1=%s' % nat_rule1.__dict__)
+        try:
+            lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_2, vm_1])
+            self.fail('Successfully created LB rule for vm_2, vm_1 in network1 %s=' % lb_rule.__dict__)
+        except:
+            self.debug('Failed to Create LB rule vm_2 and vm_1')
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_14_VPC_LBRuleCreateFailForStaticNatRule(self):
+        """ Test case no 220 : User should not be allowed to create a LB rule on an Ipaddress that already has a Static Nat rule.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1 and network 2 primary host.
+        # 6. aquire public ip address.
+        # 7. Create a StaticNat Rule rule for vm1.
+        # 8. Succesessfully wget a file from vm1.
+        # 9. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 10. LB rule creation should fail.
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        self.create_StaticNatRule_For_VM(vm_1, public_ip_1, network_1)
+        self.check_wget_from_vm(vm_1, public_ip_1, testnegative=True)
+        try:
+            lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_2, vm_1])
+            self.fail('Successfully created LB rule for vm_2, vm_1 in network1 %s=' % lb_rule.__dict__)
+        except:
+            self.debug('Failed to Create LB rule vm_2 and vm_1')
+        return
+
+    @attr(tags=["advanced", "intervlan"])
+    @unittest.skip("Implemented but not executed: VPC with multiple network fails to set PF rule.")
+    def test_15_VPC_RleaseIPForLBRuleCreated(self):
+        """ Test case no 221 : Release Ip address that has a LB rule assigned to it.
+        """
+
+        # Validate the following
+        # 1. Create a VPC1 with cidr - 10.1.1.1/16
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 3. Add network1(10.1.1.1/24) using N01 to this VPC1.
+        # 2. Create a Network offering - NO1 with all supported services
+        # 5. Deploy vm1 and vm2 in network1 and network 2 primary host.
+        # 6. aquire public ip address
+        # 6. Create a StaticNat Rule rule for vm1
+        # 7. Use the Create LB rule for vm1 and vm2 in network1.
+        # 8. LB rule creation should fail
+
+        network_1 = self.create_Network(self.services["network_offering"])
+        vm_1 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        vm_2 = self.create_VM_in_Network(network_1)
+        public_ip_1 = self.acquire_Public_IP(network_1)
+        lb_rule = self.create_LB_Rule(public_ip_1, network_1, [vm_2, vm_1])
+        public_ip_1.delete()
+        lb_rules = LoadBalancerRule.list(self.apiclient,
+                                        id=lb_rule.id,
+                                        listall=True
+                                        )
+        self.assertEqual(lb_rules,
+                        None,
+                        "Failed LB rule is present on the VR"
+                        )
+
+
+        return


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