Changes between Version 35 and Version 36 of OpenFlow/Slicer/TestPlan


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Timestamp:
04/28/15 09:41:33 (5 years ago)
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tupty@bbn.com
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  • OpenFlow/Slicer/TestPlan

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    103103=== Step 1: Setup ===
    104104 a. Clear any existing log files that the slicer may have created.
    105  b. Create 10 slices named slice{1-10}.  Each slice should have a single unique VLAN ID spanning across 10 switches between two hosts.  For each of these slices, install static flows for passing traffic between the hosts.  Generate ping traffic from a host at the end of each of the slices and make sure it is working.  Leave this traffic running for the duration of this scenario. ''(003)''
     105 b. Create 10 slices named slice{1-10}.  Each slice should have a single unique VLAN ID spanning across one switch between two hosts.  For each of these slices, install static flows for passing traffic between the hosts.  Generate ping traffic from a host at the end of slice1 make sure it is working.  Leave this traffic running for the duration of this scenario. ''(003)''
     106 c. Attach another host which is in a VLAN that doesn't correspond to any slice.
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    107108=== Step 2: Collect monitoring data ===
     
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    117118=== Step 4: Substrate-generated traffic ===
    118  a. Connect a host to the substrate that is not part of a slice, and that does not share a data plane port with the other slices.  Send a high rate of traffic out of its data plane interface and ensure that the other slices remain stable. ''(007)''
     119 a. From the attached host which is not in a VLAN that has a corresponding slice, send a high rate of traffic out of its data plane interface and ensure that the other slices remain stable. ''(007)''
    119120 b. Try sending traffic that the slicer cannot process (e.g. non-OpenFlow traffic or an OpenFlow version that the slicer doesn't currently understand) directly to the southbound interface of the slicer.  Make sure the slicer remains stable. ''(011)''
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