Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/NFV/Ryu/Design


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Timestamp:
05/24/19 13:42:42 (3 years ago)
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Hussamuddin Nasir
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    111111<td> <i>Make sure you have noted the names of the interfaces before you proceed. We will need the interface names to run experiments. (Otherwise, you have to figure out later which OVS interface is connected to each host by pinging from, say, one source to each VNF, after running "sudo tcpdump -i ethX" on each OVS interface.)</i> </td> </tr></table>
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    130130<td> <i><B>Be careful not to bring down eth0.</b> This is the control interface, if you bring that interface down you won't be able to login to your host. For all interfaces other than eth0 and l0, remove the IP from the interfaces (your interface names may vary).
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    158158<td> <i>An OpenFlow switch will not forward any packet unless instructed by a controller. Basically the forwarding table is empty, until an external controller inserts forwarding rules. The OpenFlow controller communicates with the switch over the control network and it can be anywhere in the Internet as long as it is reachable by the OVS host.
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