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17fdb321 04-Apr-2017 Ray Kinsella <ray.kinsella@intel.com>

vpp-bootstrap: VPP 17.04 Support

* Adding support for VPP17.04
* Disabling DPDK to reduce mem footprint to 1G
* Fixing AWS for Xenial

Change-Id: I70f4ac0e70b80fd9b50d08f88a0987c089503ff2
Signed-off-by: Ray Kinsella <ray.kinsella@intel.com>

eae889b3 04-Dec-2016 Ray Kinsella <ray.kinsella@intel.com>

vpp-bootstrap:

* Updated to VPP 17.01
* Updated README.md
* Reduced image requirements to 2 cores & 2048 megs of ram.
* Fixed VPP Binary on host to have more modest resource requirements.
* XConnect the Containers automagically in VPP on the host.
* Added support for python `pip` packages, updated scapy to 2.3.x for
VXLAN support.
* Using the VPP Binaries from 17.01 stable, instead of head.
* Added gdb package to ctwo, so `make debug` will work.
* Renamed veth backend interfaces on the host to `veth-c[one,two]`.

Change-Id: Ie1a86989733c1eb18041e20a4d268a308ffaebb3
Signed-off-by: Ray Kinsella <ray.kinsella@intel.com>

58fda365 15-Nov-2016 Ray Kinsella <ray.kinsella@intel.com>

vpp-bootstrap: initial commit

vpp-bootstrap is a vagrant based tool to automatically bootstrap a
vpp development environment. The tool is designed to be as data-driven
and extensible.

* An Ubuntu environment featuring one or more containers connected
via a Linux bridge is created.
* New containers can be easily created, packages install and configured
via a provisioning scripts.
* Networking, auth credentials and hostnames are automatically configured
to enable using tools like ssh and scp without password and ip addresses.
* Support for vagrant-proxy and vagrant-aws provisioning.
* Two containers are initially provided:-
* The first container provides network test tools such as scapy
are automatically installed
* In the second container VPP-lite is automatically git cloned, built
and installed.

Change-Id: Id484431f7dde8fdc9ff25ad198ff3cec55ba112c
Signed-off-by: Ray Kinsella <ray.kinsella@intel.com>