Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Create a Docker-based network using OVS, part of Practical Linux for Network Engineers: Part 2.
- [David] In a previous video which I've linked below,…I explained the difference between Docker containers…and virtual machines.…In this video I'm going to show you an example…of a network vault using Docker containers.…I'm using GNS3 version two on a Mac,…but the process is very similar if you're using Windows.…
In GNS3 preferences, Docker containers,…I have multiple Docker containers installed.…Please see my other videos for examples on how to…install the various Docker containers in GNS3.…But as an example, I'm going to drag…two ipterm containers to GNS3.…Now in this example, notice the ipterm Docker containers…being automatically installed into GNS3.…
So soon as I added the Docker device to GNS3,…GNS3 saw that the files were missing, and automatically…downloaded the images as required and installed it for me.…I'll also bring an Open vSwitch switch into the topology…as well as bring a NAT cloud into my GNS3 topology.…I'm using version two, so I have a NAT cloud.…
If you're using an older version of GNS3,…you'll need to use the internet cloud.…
Note: This course uses GNS3 for all demonstrations.
- Configuring TFTP, dnsmasq, and DHCP
- Replacing GNS3 switches with Linux switches
- Creating a Docker-based network with OVS
- OpenFlow capture using Wireshark
Skill Level Intermediate
Practical Linux for Network Engineers: Part 1with David Bombal4h 8m Intermediate
1. Linux Fundamentals: Software Installation
2. Put Linux to Work: TFTP Server
3. Put Linux to Work: DNS Server
4. Put Linux to Work: DHCP Server
View address leases1m 19s
5. Put Linux to Work: Linux Switch
6. GNS3, Docker, Open vSwitch, SDN, OpenDaylight, and OpenFlow
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