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Datamodel for VXLAN encapsulation support #1065

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VXLAN encapsulation can now be configured per IP pool
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Looking good, maybe add a validator test, would catch typos or missing field tag?

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@caseydavenport caseydavenport force-pushed the caseydavenport:vxlan-datamodel branch from bb6b7ed to 947aaf6 Apr 4, 2019

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commented Apr 4, 2019

OK - I think this is good to go.

There is an outstanding question about whether we need an additional field for the node IP address that isn't a subfield of the BGP struct, since VXLAN requires the node IP but doesn't use BGP.

I think we can merge as-is though, and then deliberate on whether we want to do anything about that afterwards.

One option might to add a new top-level field and deprecate the BGP one, and then switching clients over to using the new field for both BGP and VXLAN, falling back on the BGP field if the top-level isn't present.


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@fasaxc fasaxc merged commit 1b15fa9 into projectcalico:master Apr 5, 2019

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