Commit 30b52146 authored by Samir Medjiah's avatar Samir Medjiah

SOL005: fix common data types for NSM interface

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An identifier with the intention of being globally unique.
type: string
IdentifierInNs:
description: >
An identifier that is unique with respect to a NS. Representation: string of variable length.
type: string
IdentifierInNsd:
description: >
An identifier that is unique within a NS descriptor. Representation: string of variable length.
type: string
IdentifierInPnf:
description: >
An Identifier that is unique within respect to a PNF. Representation: string of variable length.
type: string
IdentifierInVim:
description: >
An identifier maintained by the VIM or other resource provider.
It is expected to be unique within the VIM instance. Representation: string of variable length.
type: string
IdentifierInVnfd:
description: >
Identifier of the VNF Virtual Link Descriptor (VLD) in the VNFD.
type: string
IdentifierInVnf:
description: >
An identifier that is unique for the respective type within a VNF
instance, but may not be globally unique.
type: string
DateTime:
description: >
Date-time stamp.
......@@ -55,48 +23,6 @@ definitions:
The Boolean is a data type having two values (TRUE and FALSE).
type: boolean
MacAddress:
description: >
A MAC address. Representation: string that consists of groups of two hexadecimal digits,
separated by hyphens or colons.
type: string
IpAddress:
description: >
An IPV4 or IPV6 address. Representation: In case of an IPV4 address, string that consists of four decimal
integers separated by dots, each integer ranging from 0 to 255. In case of an IPV6 address, string that
consists of groups of zero to four hexadecimal digits, separated by colons.
type: string
format:
- ipv4
- ipv6
IpAddressPrefix:
description: >
An IPV4 or IPV6 address range in CIDR format. For IPV4 address range, refer to IETF RFC 4632 [12].
For IPV6 address range, refer to IETF RFC 4291.
type: string
PortRange:
description: >
The PortRange data type provides the lower and upper bounds of a range of Internet ports.
It shall comply with the provisions defined in Table 6.5.3.42-1.
type: object
required:
- lowerPort
- upperPort
properties:
lowerPort:
description: >
Identifies the lower bound of the port range. upperPort Integer
type: integer
minimum: 0
upperPort:
description: >
Identifies the upper bound of the port range.
type: integer
minimum: 0
Version:
description: >
A Version. Representation: string of variable length.
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