Changes between Version 17 and Version 18 of HowTo/WriteOFv3Rspecs


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    3 This page describes how to write [http://www.protogeni.net/trac/protogeni/wiki/RSpecSchema2 GENI compliant] Openflow rspecs. These new rspecs are supported by FOAM, the new Openflow AM. This page also provides instructions and how to convert Expedient rspecs to the new form of rspecs.
     3= Writing Openflow version 3 rspecs =
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     5This page describes how to write [http://www.protogeni.net/trac/protogeni/wiki/RSpecSchema2 GENI compliant] Openflow rspecs (OF v3 rspecs). These new rspecs are supported by FOAM, the new Openflow AM. This page also provides instructions and how to convert Expedient rspecs to the new form of rspecs.
    46For a detailed explanation of the tags and attributes look at [wiki:HowTo/WriteOFv3Rspecs/Spec this specification page].
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    2426= Writing !OpenFlowv3 request rspecs =
    25 The best way to understand and write FOAM rspecs is by looking at example rspecs. Keep in mind that
     27The best way to understand and write OF v3 rspecs is by looking at example rspecs. Keep in mind that
    2628the rspec is merely a structured representation of flowspaces that describe the traffic that an experiment wants to control.
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    164166= !OpenFlowv3 vs v2 and v1 (FOAM vs Expedient)=
    165 Although OpenFlow rspecs version 3 (supported by FOAM) are completely different in structure from previous Openflow rspecs (supported by Expedient), all of them basically describe the same information, so it should be straight forward, though manual, to translate from one rspec format to the other.
     167Although OF v3 rspecs (supported by FOAM) are completely different in structure from previous Openflow rspecs (supported by Expedient), all of them basically describe the same information, so it should be straight forward, though manual, to translate from one rspec format to the other.
    166168Before starting with the conversion get familiar with the Openflow v3 rspecs by looking at [wiki:http://groups.geni.net/geni/wiki/HowTo/WriteOFv3Rspecs/Examples examples].
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