Monday, October 29, 2012

Tools for OpenFlow

What is OpenFlow?

Taken from

OpenFlow is an open standard that enables researchers to run experimental protocols in the campus networks we use every day. OpenFlow is added as a feature to commercial Ethernet switches, routers and wireless access points – and provides a standardized hook to allow researchers to run experiments, without requiring vendors to expose the internal workings of their network devices. OpenFlow is currently being implemented by major vendors, with OpenFlow-enabled switches now commercially available.

Tools for Software Defined Network Controller
  1. Floodlight
  2. Nox

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