Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS/Appendix


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    11= Appendix - Move to HW switches =
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    3 '''Note:" This is not a standalone tutorial.  Please refer to the [wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS Intro to !OpenFlow using OVS] for background.
     3'''Note:" This is not a standalone tutorial.  Please refer to the [wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/OpenFlowOVS Intro to OpenFlow using OVS] for background.
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    5 GENI and FIRE offer access to hardware !OpenFlow switches. Each !OpenFlow switch in most cases can support only one controller.  There are two ways of slicing the controller flowspace:
     5GENI offer access to hardware !OpenFlow switches. Each !OpenFlow switch in most cases can support only one controller.  There are two ways of slicing the controller flowspace:
    66   1. By VLAN id.  This is used when each slice has its own VLANs.   For instructions to use the !OpenFlow switches with private VLANs, see [].
    7    2. By IP addresses.  This is used when multiple slices share the same VLAN.  For example, the GENI mesoscale VLAN.  For instructions, see [].
     7   2. By IP addresses or by Ethernet type.  This is used when multiple slices share the same VLAN.  For example, the GENI mesoscale VLAN.  For instructions, see [].
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    99== Using Hardware OpenFlow switches using Private VLANs ==