FWAPI-107: Be more explicit about which rules affect all VMs

Details

Issue Type:Improvement
Priority:4 - Normal
Status:Resolved
Created at:2013-12-11T17:18:11.000Z
Updated at:2015-02-02T17:48:01.000Z

People

Created by:Former user
Reported by:Former user
Assigned to:Former user

Resolution

Fixed: A fix for this issue is checked into the tree and tested.
(Resolution Date: 2013-12-17T00:10:23.000Z)

Fix Versions

2013-12-26 Eve (Release Date: 2013-12-26)

Description

Right now, it's not obvious through FWAPI which rules affect all VMs. Rather than just an empty owner_uuid, it should indicate this through another flag: global, maybe?

Comments

Comment by Former user
Created at 2013-12-16T18:17:47.000Z

usb-headnode commit 873e1d0 (branch master, by Rob Gulewich)

FWAPI-107: Be more explicit about which rules affect all VMs


Comment by Former user
Created at 2013-12-16T18:18:46.000Z

smartos-overlay commit 4af9747 (branch master, by Rob Gulewich)

FWAPI-107: Be more explicit about which rules affect all VMs


Comment by Former user
Created at 2013-12-16T21:28:10.000Z

fwrule commit 2c8fae0 (branch master, by Rob Gulewich)

FWAPI-107: Be more explicit about which rules affect all VMs


Comment by Former user
Created at 2013-12-17T00:09:08.000Z

fwapi commit c76c727 (branch master, by Rob Gulewich)

FWAPI-107: Be more explicit about which rules affect all VMs


This change updates the firewall rule parser, which includes fixes
for the following:

  • FWAPI-46: Refuse to create rules that don't actually target VMs
  • FWAPI-28: Add description field for rules
  • FWAPI-113: Limit the number of targets and ports allowed in a rule

Comment by Former user
Created at 2013-12-17T00:15:50.000Z

smartos-live commit a426216 (branch master, by Rob Gulewich)

FWAPI-107: Be more explicit about which rules affect all VMs


This change updates the firewall rule parser, which includes
fixes for the following:

  • FWAPI-46: Refuse to create rules that don't actually target VMs
  • FWAPI-113: Limit the number of targets and ports allowed in a rule