Cleanup / delete OpenStack objects

# Delete VMs
openstack server list --project ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack server delete ${SERVER_ID}
openstack volume list --project ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack volume delete ${VOLUME_ID}
openstack image list --long | grep ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack image delete ${IMAGE_ID}
# Delete loadbalancer
openstack loadbalancer list --project ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack loadbalancer delete ${LOADBALANCER_ID}
# Delete secrets
openstack secret list
# Delete VPNs
openstack vpn ipsec site connection list --long | grep ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack vpn ipsec site connection delete ${IPSEC_SITE_CONNECTION_ID}
openstack vpn endpoint group list --long | grep ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack vpn endpoint group delete ${VPN_ENDPOINT_GROUP_ID}
openstack vpn service list --long | grep ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack vpn service delete ${VPN_SERVICE_ID}
openstack vpn ipsec policy list --long | grep ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack vpn ipsec policy delete ${VPN_IPSEC_POLICY_ID}
openstack vpn ike policy list --long | grep ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack vpn ike policy delete ${VPN_IKE_POLICY_ID}
# Delete k8s
openstack coe cluster list 
# Delete floating ip
openstack floating ip list --project ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack floating ip delete ${FLOATING_IP}
# Delete router
openstack router list --project ${PROJECT_ID}
openstack subnet list --project ${PROJECT_ID}

OpenStack Debug VPN connection

Find the VPN server and the relevant router UUID

# get VPN connection ID
openstack vpn ipsec site connection list | grep foo
openstack vpn ipsec site connection list --long | grep <project_id>
openstack vpn ipsec site connection show ${VPN_CONNECTION_ID}
VPN_SERVICE_ID=$(openstack vpn ipsec site connection show ${VPN_CONNECTION_ID} -c 'VPN Service' -f value)
openstack vpn service show ${VPN_SERVICE_ID}
# get router ID
ROUTER_ID=$(openstack vpn service show ${VPN_SERVICE_ID} -c Router -f value)

Find the ctl Node where the active router is running

openstack port list --device-owner network:router_gateway -f value -c binding_host_id --router ${ROUTER_ID}
# OR run on all ctl nodes run
ip netns exec qrouter-<router_id> ip a s

Connect to that ctl node and "jump" in its neutron-l3-agent docker container

docker exec -u root -ti neutron_l3_agent bash

4. Enable file logging in strongswan configuration

Xiaomi Mi A2 Lite (daisy)

Enable USB-Debugging and unlock phone

# Connect phone to computer
Settings > About Phone > Build number > tap 7x times to become developer
Settings > Advanced > Developer Options > OEM unclocking
# Connect phone to Wifi
Settings > Advanced > Developer Options > USB Debugging > OK
Allow access with your computer RSA key

Unlock phone

adb devices
adb reboot bootloader
fastboot oem unlock

Boot bootloader

Power Off phone
Hold volume_down + power
OPTIONAL: Recovery phone with original Xiaomi image to update firmware

Flash custom image
ArrowOS download:
OpenGA apps:

Terraform: Create LoadBalancer in OpenStack

provider "openstack" {
  cloud = "lab-admin"
  use_octavia = true
# data "template_file" "user_data" {
#   template = file("user-data.txt")
# }
data "template_file" "user_data" {
  template = <<EOF
package_update: true
 - nginx
 - hostname -f | sudo tee /var/www/html/index.nginx-debian.html
 - id > /tmp/debug
variable "http_instance_names" {
  type = set(string)
  default = ["www1", "www2"]
resource "openstack_compute_instance_v2" "http" {
  for_each    = var.http_instance_names
  name        = each.key
 #name = "www${count.index + 1}"
 #count = 2
 image_name = "Ubuntu 20.04 minimal"
 flavor_name = "m1.small"
 key_pair = "lab-key"
 security_groups = ["default"]
 user_data = data.template_file.user_data.rendered
 network {
   name = "demo-net"
data "openstack_networking_network_v2" "network_1" {
  name = "demo-net"
data "openstack_networking_subnet_v2" "subnet_1" {
  name = "demo-subnet"
  network_id =
# Create loadbalancer
resource "openstack_lb_loadbalancer_v2" "http" {
  name          = "demo-lb1"
  vip_subnet_id =