Changes between Version 8 and Version 9 of GENIFlowSpaceFirewallTests


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Timestamp:
05/06/14 17:11:01 (7 years ago)
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lnevers@bbn.com
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  • GENIFlowSpaceFirewallTests

    v8 v9  
    99  * FSF ability to support multiple concurrent add/delete learning switch controller request.
    1010  * Verify ability to use different learning switch controller implementations (FloodLight, POX)
     11  * Verify rate limiting
    1112  * Ability to query statistics for switch, links, firewall rules with FloodLight rest API.
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    2425 2. Delete VLANs and verify release of VLANs via AL2S router proxy.
    2526 3. Submit multiple concurrent requests to add and to delete flow spaces.
     27 4. Configure various rate limits and verify enforcement. 
    2628 4. Query FSF status and rules via FloodLight rest API.
    2729 5. Generate traffic outside of pre-defined flowspace and verify that it is handled properly.
     
    8385[[Image(fsfw-test-topology-step4.jpg)]]
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     87== 2.1 Test Methodology ==
     88
     89Test Characteristics:
     90 - All test hosts are dedicate hosts (bare metal/raw-pc) unless otherwise stated
     91 - All results are captured for default bandwidth allocation (100Mb/s shaped), unless otherwise stated.
     92 - All results collected between January 2014
     93
     94Iperf TCP measurements captured in this page have the following assumptions:
     95 - All results are for a 60 second test run.
     96 - For !OpenFlow scenarios, traffic is exchanged before each of the measurements below to establish data flows:
     97    - iperf '1 client' scenario command: 'iperf -c dest_host -t 60'
     98    - iperf '5 clients' scenario command: 'iperf -c dest_host -t 60 -P 5'
     99    - iperf '10 clients' scenario command: 'iperf -c dest_host -t 60 -P 10'
     100
     101Iperf UDP measurements captured in this page have the following assumptions:
     102 - Each test run is 60 seconds and traffic is exchanged before each of the measurements to establish a data flow.
     103 - UDP measurements between racks requested a bandwidth of 100 Mbits/sec, if results showed that 100Mb/s was possible, then increased to 1Gb/s.
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