Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Mininet linear topology, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 3 Learning Mininet.
- [Instructor] So, let's look at…some other Mininet topologies.…A linear topology, consists of switches…connected back to back.…So, if I specify two switches,…you'll notice two switches…are connected directly to each other,…and our host is connected to each switch.…If I specify four, so topology is linear of four switches,…and do a pingle,…What you'll firstly notice is those switches are discovered,…and now when the host are discovered,…each switch has a single host connected to it,…so I can just zoom in here.…
So, host one is connected to switch one,…host two is connected to switch two,…and so forth and and so on.…Each switch has a single host connected to it.…
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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1. Mininet Overview
2. Mininet Integration with ODL
3. Mininet Commands
4. Mininet Topologies
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