Difference between revisions of "Setting up the BSC"

From Rhizomatica Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
(Back on BSC)
 
(6 intermediate revisions by 3 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 +
<languages/>
 +
<translate>
 +
<!--T:1-->
 
These instruction are specific to our installations at rhizomatica using our servers and VPN setups. Some cleverness amay be required to fill in some of the holes...
 
These instruction are specific to our installations at rhizomatica using our servers and VPN setups. Some cleverness amay be required to fill in some of the holes...
  
==== Hardware ====
 
  
 +
==== Hardware ==== <!--T:2-->
 +
 +
<!--T:3-->
 
In our installations, we use this: http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/JBC373F38.html
 
In our installations, we use this: http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/JBC373F38.html
  
 +
<!--T:4-->
 
We like these because they are fanless, tough, no moving parts and have a 4 ethernet ports.
 
We like these because they are fanless, tough, no moving parts and have a 4 ethernet ports.
  
==== BIOS Changes: ====
 
  
 +
==== BIOS Changes: ==== <!--T:5-->
 +
 +
<!--T:6-->
 
First we need to make some changes in the BIOS:
 
First we need to make some changes in the BIOS:
  
 +
<!--T:7-->
 
Bios Feature Integrated Peripheral > onboard SATA fnct > AHCI
 
Bios Feature Integrated Peripheral > onboard SATA fnct > AHCI
  
 +
<!--T:8-->
 
Power Management >  
 
Power Management >  
  
 +
<!--T:9-->
 
ERP Function > Disabled (power saving)
 
ERP Function > Disabled (power saving)
  
 +
<!--T:10-->
 
PWR Status after Power failure > Always On
 
PWR Status after Power failure > Always On
  
 +
<!--T:11-->
 
PC Health Status > Shutdown Temp 75C
 
PC Health Status > Shutdown Temp 75C
  
==== Prepare Ubuntu for install ====
 
  
 +
==== Prepare Ubuntu for install ==== <!--T:12-->
 +
 +
<!--T:13-->
 
Download Ubuntu 12.04 server & put it on a USB drive
 
Download Ubuntu 12.04 server & put it on a USB drive
  
 +
<!--T:14-->
 
replace /preseed/ubuntu.seed on USB drive with preseed file from git: https://github.com/Rhizomatica/puppet/blob/master/rhizomatica.seed  
 
replace /preseed/ubuntu.seed on USB drive with preseed file from git: https://github.com/Rhizomatica/puppet/blob/master/rhizomatica.seed  
  
 +
<!--T:15-->
 
install Ubuntu on BSC with US english keyboard and Mexico City timezone
 
install Ubuntu on BSC with US english keyboard and Mexico City timezone
  
==== Boot it up! ====
 
  
 +
==== Boot it up! ==== <!--T:16-->
 +
 +
<!--T:17-->
 
connect to LAN1
 
connect to LAN1
  
 +
<!--T:18-->
 
login: rhizomatica rhizomatica  (has this changed?)
 
login: rhizomatica rhizomatica  (has this changed?)
  
  
 +
<!--T:19-->
 
<pre>  here we edited out a bunch of rhizo specific networking and VPN info</pre>  
 
<pre>  here we edited out a bunch of rhizo specific networking and VPN info</pre>  
  
==== INSTALL PUPPETT ====
 
  
Maybe start by taking a look at [[https://docs.puppetlabs.com/guides/install_puppet/install_debian_ubuntu.html]] or [[https://apt.puppetlabs.com/]]
+
==== INSTALL PUPPET ==== <!--T:20-->
  
   wget https://apt.puppetlabs.com/puppetlabs-release-precise.deb #just the repo info
+
<!--T:21-->
 +
Maybe start by taking a look at [[https://docs.puppetlabs.com/guides/install_puppet/install_debian_ubuntu.html|https://docs.puppetlabs.com/guides/install_puppet/install_debian_ubuntu.html]] or [[https://apt.puppetlabs.com/|https://apt.puppetlabs.com/]]
 +
 
 +
   <!--T:22-->
 +
wget https://apt.puppetlabs.com/puppetlabs-release-precise.deb #just the repo info
 
    
 
    
 
   dpkg -i puppet.deb file # just install repos
 
   dpkg -i puppet.deb file # just install repos
Line 50: Line 74:
 
   apt-get install puppet
 
   apt-get install puppet
 
    
 
    
   puppet agent --test # run to gen key, but server won't accept new key
+
   See the README at https://github.com/Rhizomatica/puppet
 
+
==== key signing with puppet ====
+
 
+
possibly not necessary now we have it on git?
+
  
==== Back on BSC: ====
+
==== Back on BSC: ==== <!--T:23-->
  
 
    
 
    
  
   puppet agent --test #again - cannot find items..
+
   <!--T:24-->
 +
puppet agent --test  
  
==== on work machine: ====
 
  
 +
==== on work machine: ==== <!--T:25-->
 +
 +
<!--T:26-->
 
We use a git repo of .yaml files to set up our various BSCs. How would this get set up by someone trying to do it themselves?
 
We use a git repo of .yaml files to set up our various BSCs. How would this get set up by someone trying to do it themselves?
  
 +
<!--T:27-->
 
example file:  
 
example file:  
  
 +
<!--T:28-->
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
 
# Site specific info
 
# Site specific info
Line 81: Line 106:
 
rhizo::wan_ip_address:  "192.168.0.0" # ip from isp add this later - used for VOIP
 
rhizo::wan_ip_address:  "192.168.0.0" # ip from isp add this later - used for VOIP
  
 +
<!--T:29-->
 
#Emergency call contact
 
#Emergency call contact
 
rhizo::emergency_contact:"12345"  
 
rhizo::emergency_contact:"12345"  
  
 +
<!--T:30-->
 
# VoIP provider info
 
# VoIP provider info
 
rhizo::voip_provider_name:    "provider"
 
rhizo::voip_provider_name:    "provider"
Line 94: Line 121:
 
</pre>
 
</pre>
  
==== Back on BSC ====
 
  
  puppet agent --test
+
==== Back on BSC ==== <!--T:31-->
  
   q:How does some stranger get puppet setup?
+
   <!--T:32-->
 +
puppet agent --test
 +
 
 +
  <!--T:33-->
 +
q:How does some stranger get puppet setup?
 
   a: set up the puppet master on bsc and set up the agent on 'localhost'
 
   a: set up the puppet master on bsc and set up the agent on 'localhost'
  
 +
<!--T:34-->
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
 
   cd /root
 
   cd /root
 
   tar -zxf /home/rhizomatica/git_key.tar.gz  
 
   tar -zxf /home/rhizomatica/git_key.tar.gz  
  
   ./git_rccn.sh #to pull from git
+
   <!--T:35-->
 +
./git_rccn.sh #to pull from git
  
   puppet agent --test (again to generate config python file: /var/rhizomatica/rccn/config_values.py )
+
   <!--T:36-->
 +
puppet agent --test (again to generate config python file: /var/rhizomatica/rccn/config_values.py )
  
   python /var/rhizomatica/rccn/install.py
+
   <!--T:37-->
 +
python /var/rhizomatica/rccn/install.py
 
</pre>
 
</pre>
  
  
 +
<!--T:38-->
 
<pre>
 
<pre>
  psql -f /var/rhizomatica/db/migration/011_location.sql
+
 
 
    
 
    
 
   nano /etc/default/puppet
 
   nano /etc/default/puppet
Line 123: Line 158:
 
  </pre>
 
  </pre>
  
 +
<!--T:39-->
 
as root:
 
as root:
 
   
 
   
 
<pre>  update-rc.d osmocom-nitb disable #disable osmocom standard script because we do it different</pre>
 
<pre>  update-rc.d osmocom-nitb disable #disable osmocom standard script because we do it different</pre>
  
 +
<!--T:40-->
 
Reboot the BSC!
 
Reboot the BSC!
  
==== Network shit on the BSC: ====
 
  
  nano /etc/network/interfaces
+
==== Network config on the BSC: ==== <!--T:41-->
  
 +
  <!--T:42-->
 +
nano /etc/network/interfaces
 +
 +
<!--T:43-->
 
Leave the primary interface as DHCP
 
Leave the primary interface as DHCP
  
 +
<!--T:44-->
 
add:  
 
add:  
 
<pre>  
 
<pre>  
Line 143: Line 184:
 
  netmask 255.255.255.0  
 
  netmask 255.255.255.0  
  
 +
<!--T:45-->
 
#LAN4 local admin PC
 
#LAN4 local admin PC
 
auto eth3
 
auto eth3
Line 150: Line 192:
 
</pre>  
 
</pre>  
  
   ifup eth1
+
   <!--T:46-->
 +
ifup eth1
 
   ifup eth3
 
   ifup eth3
  
  
==== Language Setup ====
+
 
 +
==== Language Setup ==== <!--T:47-->
 +
 
 +
<!--T:48-->
 
If Spanish lang pages are in english, spanish PHP support can be generated via:
 
If Spanish lang pages are in english, spanish PHP support can be generated via:
  
   locale-gen es
+
   <!--T:49-->
 +
locale-gen es
  
== BSC LAN PORTS ==
 
  
 +
== BSC LAN PORTS == <!--T:50-->
  
 +
<!--T:51-->
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
|-
 
|-
Line 179: Line 227:
 
| 192.168.100.1
 
| 192.168.100.1
 
|}
 
|}
 +
</translate>

Latest revision as of 20:58, 14 January 2017

Other languages:
English • ‎español

These instruction are specific to our installations at rhizomatica using our servers and VPN setups. Some cleverness amay be required to fill in some of the holes...


Hardware

In our installations, we use this: http://www.jetwaycomputer.com/JBC373F38.html

We like these because they are fanless, tough, no moving parts and have a 4 ethernet ports.


BIOS Changes:

First we need to make some changes in the BIOS:

Bios Feature Integrated Peripheral > onboard SATA fnct > AHCI

Power Management >

ERP Function > Disabled (power saving)

PWR Status after Power failure > Always On

PC Health Status > Shutdown Temp 75C


Prepare Ubuntu for install

Download Ubuntu 12.04 server & put it on a USB drive

replace /preseed/ubuntu.seed on USB drive with preseed file from git: https://github.com/Rhizomatica/puppet/blob/master/rhizomatica.seed

install Ubuntu on BSC with US english keyboard and Mexico City timezone


Boot it up!

connect to LAN1

login: rhizomatica rhizomatica (has this changed?)


  here we edited out a bunch of rhizo specific networking and VPN info


INSTALL PUPPET

Maybe start by taking a look at [[1]] or [[2]]

 wget https://apt.puppetlabs.com/puppetlabs-release-precise.deb #just the repo info
 
 dpkg -i puppet.deb file # just install repos
 
 apt-get update
 
 apt-get install puppet
 
 See the README at https://github.com/Rhizomatica/puppet

Back on BSC:

 puppet agent --test 


on work machine:

We use a git repo of .yaml files to set up our various BSCs. How would this get set up by someone trying to do it themselves?

example file:

# Site specific info
rhizo::bts1_ip_address:  "172.16.0.11"
rhizo::site_name:   "Tabaa"
rhizo::postcode:    "68847" 	# we use the postal code for the dialing prefix
rhizo::pbxcode:"1"
rhizo::network_name:"TabaaGSM"
rhizo::arfcn_A:"239" # channel
rhizo::arfcn_B:"243" #channel 
rhizo::auth_policy: "closed"
rhizo::vpn_ip_address:   "10.23.1.15" #this is just part of our own VPN
rhizo::wan_ip_address:   "192.168.0.0" # ip from isp add this later - used for VOIP

#Emergency call contact
rhizo::emergency_contact:"12345" 

# VoIP provider info
rhizo::voip_provider_name:    "provider"
rhizo::voip_username:    "1234567890"
rhizo::voip_fromuser:    "1234567890"
rhizo::voip_password:    "1234"
rhizo::voip_proxy:  "169.132.196.11"
rhizo::voip_did:    "12345678901"
rhizo::voip_cli:    "12345678901"


Back on BSC

 puppet agent --test 
 q:How does some stranger get puppet setup?
 a: set up the puppet master on bsc and set up the agent on 'localhost'
  cd /root
  tar -zxf /home/rhizomatica/git_key.tar.gz 

  ./git_rccn.sh #to pull from git

  puppet agent --test (again to generate config python file: /var/rhizomatica/rccn/config_values.py )

  python /var/rhizomatica/rccn/install.py



  
  nano /etc/default/puppet
  
  #change to  START=yes #make puppet auto start
  
  service puppet start
 

as root:

  update-rc.d osmocom-nitb disable #disable osmocom standard script because we do it different

Reboot the BSC!


Network config on the BSC:

 nano /etc/network/interfaces

Leave the primary interface as DHCP

add:

 
#LAN2 BTS interface
auto eth1
iface eth1 inet static
 address 172.16.0.1 
 netmask 255.255.255.0 

#LAN4 local admin PC
auto eth3
 iface eth3 inet static
 address 192.168.100.1 
 netmask 255.255.255.0 
 ifup eth1
 ifup eth3


Language Setup

If Spanish lang pages are in english, spanish PHP support can be generated via:

 locale-gen es


BSC LAN PORTS

LAN 1 LAN 2 LAN 3 LAN 4
Internet BTS available Admin compu
Assigned by DHCP 172.16.0.11 and 172.16.0.12 available 192.168.100.1