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From Suresh Ramamurthy <>
Subject Re: What is the behaviour of VPC Reset?
Date Fri, 08 Aug 2014 00:17:24 GMT
Hi Alena,

Thanks for quick response.

But, I do not see any code that makes a call to delete the rules and
reapplies it. If it reapplies how does it get the information for each tier
to reapply the ACLs.
I see that just shutdownVpc() API call is made and VPCVRElement just
invokes destroyRouter...

Am I missing something here. Can you please point me to code that deletes
and re-applies all Rules, NAT etc. Is it in VR code? I am trying to
understand the behaviour
so that I can replicate in our SDN solution.

I see this happening in case of Network Restart with clean up option.


On Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 4:32 PM, Alena Prokharchyk <> wrote:

> Suresh,
> Yes, it does. All the rules for all the networks inside the VPC, are being
> reapplied on the VPC VR after its up.
> I donĀ¹t see it being documented neither in the FS, nor in the API itself.
> Please file a CS doc bug on that.
> -Alena.
> On 8/7/14, 3:40 PM, "Suresh Ramamurthy"
> <> wrote:
> >Hi Alena, Sheng Yang,
> >
> >Could you please shed some light on the behaviour of VPC Reset
> >functionality?
> >
> >When I went through the code, VPC Reset shuts down the VR and restarts it.
> >Does it also clean all ACL, NAT etc associated to all the tiers in the VPC
> >and then reconfigure the current value?
> >
> >Is there any document that I can read to get an idea about the behaviour?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Suresh Ramamurthy

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