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This repository contains Ansible playbooks and related files for an Active-Passive Kamailio auto-deployment using Pacemaker and Corosync.Shell
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Kamailio-HA

This repository contains necessary Ansible playbooks, templates and files for automatic deployment of one of the following scenarios:

  • A two node Active-Passive Kamailio Cluster with a local RTPProxy instance
  • A two node Active-Passive Kamailio Cluster with a cluster of RTPProxy servers

Caution: The current version is updated to work on Debian Stretch. The previous version works on Debian Jessie.

Contents

settings.yml : This file contains a bunch of variables that you can change to customize things like Kamailio's DBURL, Cluster's Virtual IP Address and so on.

kamailio.yml: This file contains a few plays to compile and install Kamailio.

ha-tools.yml: This file contains a play which installs Pacemaker and Corosync.

configure-ha.yml: This file contains a play that configures necessary resources for Pacemaker.

mysql.yml: This file contains a play that you can use to install and configure MySQL server.

rtpproxy.yml: This file contains two plays for installing and configuring a cluster of RTPProxy servers.

Docker-related files: You can use these files to setup a test environment for Ansible playbooks.

  1. AnsibleMachine.df: Dockerfile to create a container with the latest version of Ansible installed. You can use this machine to run Ansible playbooks.

  2. TargetMachine.df: Dockerfile to create a container with Debian Stretch and an SSH server. This Dockerfile can be used to create target machines (machines that Ansible will deploy software on them).

  3. docker-compose.yml: This file uses AnsibleMachine.df and TargetMachine.df Dockerfiles to set-up a test environment for Ansible playbooks.

Test using docker-compose

You can use docker-compose to setup a multi-container environment with a bridged network in order to test the playbooks. The docker-compose.yml with Dockerfiles can also help you in setting up your real operational environment. In order to run Ansible playbooks follow these steps:

  1. Install Docker and docker-compose:

  2. Change your current directory to the directory of the project and run the following command:

    # docker-compose up -d

  3. Use the following command to run a specific Ansible playbook:

    # docker exec ansible-machine ansible-playbook -i hosts <playbook.yml>

Using without Docker

If you do not want to use Docker, you should generally have two types of machines:

  1. A deployment machine with Ansible. This machine should satisfy these prerequisites:

    • Debian Stretch (Debian 9)
    • The latest version of Ansible
    • sshpass : apt-get install sshpass
  2. A bunch of target machines (machines that Ansible will deploy on them). These machines should have:

    • Python
    • SSH server

Now copy the project on the deployment machine, and refer to the Usage section.

Usage

Caution: Before starting make sure that the hostname of two nodes are different.

Cuation2: If you want to use sudo change become to True

0- chmod a+x mysql.yml kamailio.yml ha-tools.yml configure-ha.yml rtpproxy.yml

1- Edit hosts file to add your hosts

2- Edit settings.yml to customize things like MySQL settings, IP addresses, ... Here if you want to have an Active-Passive cluster with two nodes such that each node has a local RTPProxy server set withRTPProxyCluster to False (default setting). If you want to deploy a cluster of RTPProxy servers such that their settings is red from a MySQL server database set withRTPProxyCluster to True and configure other necessary variables.

3- Run mysql.yml to install your database server

4- Run kamailio.yml to install Kamailio

5- If you need a cluster of RTPProxy servers run rtpproxy.yml

6- Run ha-tools.yml to install HA tools

7- Run configure-ha.yml to configure HA tools

Authors

Author: Gholamreza Sabery Tabrizy

Email: reza_sabery_89@yahoo.com