wiki:OFSTAN

Project Number

1774 and 1833

(includes work originally started on 1613)

Project Title

OpenFlow Campus Trials at Stanford University a.k.a. OFSTAN

Technical Contacts

PI: Nick McKeown nickm@stanford.edu
Guru Parulkar parulkar@stanford.edu

Participating Organizations

Stanford University, Palo Alto CA

GPO Liaison System Engineer

Josh Smift Josh Smift

Scope

This project will deploy an OpenFlow, testbed throughout the Stanford University campus. This project will develop OpenFlow extensions focused on the creation of flexible, heterogeneous slices, the development of a generic load balancer and a captive portal for authentication. This work is a precursor to the deployment of OpenFlow into campus production networks.

Current Capabilities

Stanford OpenFlow deployment

  • Three OpenFlow VLANs (74 for production traffic, 374 for experimental traffic, 901 for demos)
  • Eight OpenFlow switches (HP, NEC, Quanta, and Toroki)
  • FlowVisor, SNAC, and NOX controllers
  • Production user traffic

Milestones

Spiral 4

Project Technical Documents

Quarterly Status Reports

2010-Q1 Status Report
2011-Q1 Status Report

GEC

Stanford's slides from the OpenFlow meeting at GEC 7

Spiral 2 Connectivity

Campus Network Connectivity Diagram

Stanford connectivity diagram

Related Projects

OFSTAN
OFCLEM
OFGT
OFIU
OFPR
OFRG
OFUWA
OFUWI
OFNOX
EnterpriseGeni

OFI2
OFNLR

The OpenFlow switch Consortium
NOX
SNAC
FlowVisor
Deploying OpenFlow
Enterprise-GENI
E-GENI Aggregate Manager

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