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    1111 - Load Balancing experiment: [[BR]]
    1212[[Image(OpenFlowLBExo.png, 50%, nolink)]]
     13 - We will implement a Load Balancer OpenFlow Controller using Trema. [[BR]]
     14 - Load balancing in computer networking is the division of network traffic between two or more network devices or paths, typically for the purpose of achieving higher total throughput than either one path, ensuring a specific maximum latency or minimum bandwidth to some or all flows, or similar purposes. For this tutorial, you will design a load-balancing OpenFlow controller capable of collecting flow status data from OpenFlow switches and using it to divide traffic between dissimilar network paths so as to achieve full bandwidth utilization. [[BR]]
     15 - For the purpose of this tutorial, data collection will be limited to the flow statistics reported by open vswitches.
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    1417== Prerequisites ==
     
    5053Various other options will be required for these exercises, and provided in the appropriate sections.
    5154All Iperf measurement data should be recorded from the TCP receiver (server) side.
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    53 '''4. Telnet''' [[BR]]
    54 The Unix telnet <host> <port> command allows you to easily connect to a specified TCP port on a remote host and manually input data.
    55 You may find it useful for testing and evaluating your implementations.
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    5756== How to get Help ==