$ oc get nns
Node network state is the network configuration for all nodes in the cluster.
OpenShift Container Platform uses
nmstate to report on and configure the state of the node network. This makes it possible to modify network policy configuration, such as by creating a Linux bridge on all nodes, by applying a single configuration manifest to the cluster.
Node networking is monitored and updated by the following objects:
Reports the state of the network on that node.
Describes the requested network configuration on nodes. You update the node network configuration, including adding and removing interfaces, by applying a
NodeNetworkConfigurationPolicy manifest to the cluster.
Reports the network policies enacted upon each node.
OpenShift Container Platform supports the use of the following nmstate interface types:
If your OpenShift Container Platform cluster uses OVN-Kubernetes as the network plugin, you cannot make configuration changes to the
NodeNetworkState object exists on every node in the cluster. This object is periodically updated and captures the state of the network for that node.
List all the
NodeNetworkState objects in the cluster:
$ oc get nns
NodeNetworkState object to view the network on that node. The output in this example has been redacted for clarity:
$ oc get nns node01 -o yaml
apiVersion: nmstate.io/v1 kind: NodeNetworkState metadata: name: node01 (1) status: currentState: (2) dns-resolver: # ... interfaces: # ... route-rules: # ... routes: # ... lastSuccessfulUpdateTime: "2020-01-31T12:14:00Z" (3)
|1||The name of the
|3||Timestamp of the last successful update. This is updated periodically as long as the node is reachable and can be used to evalute the freshness of the report.|
As an administrator, you can use the OpenShift Container Platform web console to observe
NodeNetworkState resources and network interfaces, and access network details.
Navigate to Networking → NodeNetworkState.
In the NodeNetworkState page, you can view the list of
NodeNetworkState resources and the corresponding interfaces that are created on the nodes. You can use Filter based on Interface state, Interface type, and IP, or the search bar based on criteria Name or Label, to narrow down the displayed
To access the detailed information about
NodeNetworkState resource, click the
NodeNetworkState resource name listed in the Name column .
to expand and view the Network Details section for the
NodeNetworkState resource, click the > icon . Alternatively, you can click on each interface type under the Network interface column to view the network details.