Creating a new VM Customer (WIP)

  1. Allocate a /29 public IP from Smart Alloc.
    • Go to: http://nrms.megapath.biz:8540/nrms/search
    • Hover over “Resource Management”
    • Click “Non Customer IPs”
    • On the “Design Engineering” line, click “Add IP”
    • VRF = local
    • Block Type = Customer LAN\
    • Choose IP Pool = checked
    • Click “Go”
    • Pool = Cloud Hosting WAN
    • Block Size = block size requested (/29 typical)
    • Click “Submit”.
    • Copy the output
    • Click the “Back to Departments” button.
    • On the “Design Engineering” line, click “View IP”
    • VRF = local
    • IP Allocation Pool = Cloud Hosting WAN
    • Click the “Fetch” button.
    • Click the drop down box on the IP sections you created and select “Edit Notes”
    • Click the “Go” button.
    • Note = Customer Name
    • Click the “Submit” button.
  2. Request a VLAN
    • Go to: http://mega/sites/engineering/mssiptrac/Lists/ATL/AllItems.aspx
    • Click the down arrow next to “All Items” and select “CloudServicesAvailable”
    • Check the check box next the next available VLAN.
    • Click the “Edit Item” icon at top.
    • EdgeIP = netblock
    • vdom_name = customer name
    • Comments = “Customer name” – CID “
  3. Assign the VLAN and IP
    • Go to: http://mega/sites/tac/InternalPrivate/procedures/Customer%20Setup/Cloud%20Services%20Template.xls
    • Fill out the green areas – DO NOT FILL IN THE “S60.ATP EXT INT”
    • SSH to Blue or Gold
    • SSH to e40.atp
    • Drop code into place – DO NOT COPY the “ip route” line.
  4. Have Cirracore create VPORT.
    • E-Mail support@cirracore.com
    • Title: VPORT
    • Message: Please add a new VPORT labeled: “V{VLAN} – {Customer Name} – DIA” on VLAN {VLAN}. Thanks.
  5. VM Time.
    • Go to: https://cloudadmin.megapath.com/cloud/
    • Click “Manage organizations”
    • Click the “+” icon.
    • Organization Name = Company name with out spaces. E.g. Tony Romas can be TonyRomas or Tony-Romas or tony_romas.
    • Organization Full Name = Company Name
    • Click the “Next button”
    • Click the “Next button”
    • Click the “Next button”
    • Click the “Next button”
    • Maximum runtime lease = Never Expires
    • Maximum storage lease = Never Expires
    • Maximum storage lease = Never Expires
    • Click the “Finish” button
    • Click on “External Networks”
    • Click the “+” icon
    • Click “Megapath-ATL1”
    • Click the vPort you had created (You might have to click the arrow icons)
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Add”
    • Fill in the network information
    • Click “OK”
    • Click “Next”
    • Network Name = V{VLAN} – {Customer Name} – (DIA|MPLS)
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Finish”
    • Click “Organizations”
    • Click on the newly created organization
    • Click the “Administration” button
    • Click “Virtual Datacenters”Click the “+” icon
    • Click “MegaPath-ATL1”
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Next”
    • CPU Allocation = Core ordered x 2GHz
    • CPU resources guaranteed = 20%
    • vCPU speed = 2
    • Memory Allocation = amount of RAM ordered
    • Memory resources guarenteed = 20%
    • Click “Next”
    • Select the type of storage they ordered
    • Click the “Add” button
    • Storage limit = Amount of storage ordered + Amount of RAM ordered
    • Un-check “Enable fast provisioning”
    • Click “Next”
    • Network pool = Test (Yes it was named test)
    • Quota for this organization = 1
    • Click “Next”
    • If an vEdge is needed, Check the check box
    • Edge Gateway name = {Company Name} vEdge
    • Check “Configure IP settings”
    • Check “Sub-allocate IP Pools”
    • Check “Configure Rate Limits”
    • Click “Next”
    • Click on the external network you created
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Next”
    • Click on the external network
    • In the Sub-Allocate this selected pool into other static IP
    • Click “Next”
    • Check the “Enable” check box
    • Change the Incoming / Outgoing Rate Limit boxes to the amount they ordered
    • Click “Next”
    • Check the “Create a network for the virtual data center connected to this new edge gateway” box
    • Network name = {Company Name} vDC Net
    • Fill in network information
    • Static IP pool = available range – gateway
    • Click the “Add” button
    • Click “Next”
    • Name = {Company Name} VDC
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Finish”
    • Click “Catalogs”
    • Click the “+” icon
    • Name: {Company Name} Catalog
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Next”
    • Click “Finish”
    • Click “My Cloud”
    • Click “vApps”
    • Click the asterisk 4 square icon
    • Name {Company Name} vApp
    • Click “Finish”
    • Click on the name of the newly created vApp.
    • Click the “Networking” tab
    • Click the “+” icon
    • Check the “Organization VDC network” radio button
    • Click “Next”
    • Select the VDC network
    • Click “Finish”
    • Click “Apply”
    • Click “My Cloud”
    • Click on the name of the vApp
    • Click the + 3 boxes icon
    • Create the VM based on what was requested
    • Modify the VM to specification
    • Upgrade to the highest hardware version
    • Click “Administration”
    • Click the “Edge Gateways” tab
    • Right click on the vEdge
    • Click “Edge Gateway Services…”
    • Click NAT
    • Add SNAT/DNAT rules (Make sure to select the right network (“Applied on:”))
    • Click the “Firewall” tab
    • Click “Add”
    • Name = All Out
    • Source = internal
    • Destination = external
    • Protocol = ANY
    • Click “OK”
    • Click “Add”
    • Name = IMCP
    • Source = any
    • Destination = any
    • Protocol = ICMP
    • Click “OK”
    • Add any other firewall rules
    • Right click on the Edge Gateway
    • Click “Redeploy…”
    • Start up VM
    • Let it go through it’s boot and reboot cycle (if it’s windows)
    • Expand the drive if needed or add other drives
    • Update VM
    • Release to customer.

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