Network Services Gateways are a policy enforcement end-points responsible for the delivery of networking services. NSG access ports/VLANs may be attached to existing host or bridge VPorts.
mac_address: MAC Address of the NSG
aar_application_release_date: Release Date of the AAR Application
aar_application_version: The AAR Application Version
nat_traversal_enabled: This attribute is deprecated in version 4.0.
tcpmss_enabled: Boolean flag to indicate whether MSS on TCP is enabled or not
tcp_maximum_segment_size: Maximum Segment Size for TCP(min = 576, max = 7812).
zfb_match_attribute: The Zero Factor Bootstrapping (ZFB) Attribute that should be used to match the gateway on when it tries to bootstrap.
zfb_match_value: The Zero Factor Bootstrapping (ZFB) value that needs to match with the gateway during the bootstrap attempt. This value needs to match with the ZFB Match Attribute.
bios_release_date: Release Date of the NSG BiOS
bios_version: NSG BIOS Version
sku: The part number of the NSG
tpm_status: TPM Status of the NSG based on the information received by the device during bootstrapping or upgrade.
tpm_version: TPM (Trusted Platform Module) version as reported by the NSG.
cpu_type: The NSG Processor Type as reported during bootstrapping.
vsdaar_application_version: Version of the latest imported Application Signatures.
nsg_version: The NSG Version (software) as reported during bootstrapping or following an upgrade.
ssh_service: Indicates if SSH Service is enabled/disabled on a NSG. The value configured for this attribute is used only when instanceSSHOverride is allowed on the associated Gateway Template.
uuid: The Redhat UUID of the NSG
name(Mandatory): Name of the Gateway
family: The NSG Family type.
last_configuration_reload_timestamp: Time stamp of the last known configuration update of the NSG. This timestamp gets updated when a bootstrap is successful or when a configuration reload request triggered by VSD is successful.
last_updated_by: ID of the user who last updated the object.
datapath_id: Identifier of the Gateway, based on the systemId
gateway_connected: Indicates status of this gateway
redundancy_group_id: The Redundancy Gateway Group associated with this Gateway Instance. This is a read only attribute
template_id(Mandatory): The ID of the template that this Gateway was created from. This should be set when instantiating a Gateway
pending: Indicates that this gateway is pending state or state. When in pending state it cannot be modified from REST.
serial_number: The NSG’s serial number
derived_ssh_service_state: Indicates the SSH Service state on a NSG. This value is derived based on the SSHService configuration on the NSG and the associated Gateway Template.
permitted_action: The permitted action to USE/EXTEND this Gateway.
personality: Personality of the Gateway - NSG, cannot be changed after creation.
description: A description of the Gateway
network_acceleration: Attribute that enables or disables Network Acceleration (DPDK) on the NSGateway instance. Changing the value of this field will cause the device to restart at the next configuration reload.
libraries: Transient representation of the same property on NSGInfo.
inherited_ssh_service_state: Indicates the SSH Service state which is configured on the associated template instance.
enterprise_id: The enterprise associated with this Gateway. This is a read only attribute
entity_scope: Specify if scope of entity is Data center or Enterprise level
location_id: The NSGateway’s Location. NOTE: this is a read only property, it can only be set through the location object
configuration_reload_state: Status resulting from a manually triggered configuration reload operation on an NSG. This value only reflects the state for a manual action requested by the operator, not the automatic periodic configuration reload triggered by the NSG itself.
configuration_status: NSG Configuration status represents the NSG update state following a query by the NSG to get the latest version of the infraconfig.json file. This status will be updated following a Bootstrap request or a Configuration Reload. Success means that the NSG was able to apply the changes included in the latest infraconfig.json file. A Failure response will be returned if the NSG was unable to apply the changes; this is normally accompanied with a rollback of the NSG to the previous configuration.
control_traffic_cos_value: CoS Value for Self Generated Traffic (Control Traffic). Min is 0 and Max is 7
control_traffic_dscp_value: DSCP Value for Self Generated Traffic (Control Traffic). Min is 0 and Max is 63
bootstrap_id: The bootstrap details associated with this NSGateway. NOTE: This is a read only property, it can only be set during creation of an NSG.
bootstrap_status: The bootstrap status of this NSGateway. NOTE: This is a read only property.
operation_mode: Operation mode of NSGateway
operation_status: Operation Status of NSGateway
product_name: NSG Product Name as reported during bootstrapping.
associated_gateway_security_id: Read only ID of the associated gateway security object.
associated_gateway_security_profile_id: Read only ID of the associated gateway security profile object
associated_nsg_info_id: Read only ID of the associated NSG info object
associated_nsg_upgrade_profile_id: The UUID of the NSG Upgrade Profile associated to this NSG instance.
associated_overlay_management_profile_id: The ID of the associated Overlay Management Profile
functions: List of supported functions. This is only relevant for NSG-UBR and will be set to UBR by default in case an NSG-UBR is created. For a regular NSG, this will be set to null.
auto_disc_gateway_id: The Auto Discovered Gateway associated with this Gateway Instance
external_id: External object ID. Used for integration with third party systems
system_id: Identifier of the Gateway, cannot be modified after creation