Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Mininet help, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 3 Learning Mininet.
- [Instructor] Mininet has built-in help, so I'm gonna type sudo mn hyphen h pipe more so we can see one page at a time, and I'll make that bigger. So sudo mn hyphen h more. Notice switch types, various switch types are supported. Notice the option controller. So what I've specified is a remote controller. So Mininet is talking directly to the remote controller. By default we were talking to the reference controller if we specified sudo mn without any other options.
Various topologies can be created. The default topology is a minimal switch, in other words, a single switch with two hosts, but let's now look at some of the other topologies, such as single, linear, reversed, torus, tree, and others.
Note: This course uses GNS3 for all demonstrations.
- Why Mininet?
- Working with Mininet commands
- sudo mn
- Starting a web server on a Mininet host
- Configuring Mininet MAC addresses
- Mininet linear, tree, and torus topologies
- Bridging Mininet to the outside world
- Mininet OpenFlow version
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Networking Foundations: IP Addressingwith Timothy Pintello2h 35m Intermediate
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1. Mininet Overview
2. Mininet Integration with ODL
3. Mininet Commands
4. Mininet Topologies
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