Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Docker, Open vSwitch, and SDN, part 7, part of Practical Linux for Network Engineers: Part 2.
(introductory music)…- In a previous video I showed you…how to import Open vSwitch into GNS3.…And I showed you some options…such as viewing the flow table…of the switch and the ports available…on the OpenFlow Switch.…And I also showed you how…routers connected to the open…vSwitch can ping each other.…
Because traffic is sent…from the open flow pipeline…to the traditional pipeline.…(soothing music)…So let's implement some policies…on this Open vSwitch.…Let's say for example that we want…router one to be able to telnet…to router two but not be able to…ping router two.…
So, at the moment, router one…can ping router two.…And that's based on this OpenFlow entry.…What I'll do now is add…a higher priority flow entry…that matches ICMP traffic.…And I'm going to apply…an instruction with no action.…Before I add that flow to the switch,…notice that router one can ping router two.…
This 5,000 priority flow entry will take…precedence over this 1,000…priority flow entry.…So now, router one is…not able to ping router two.…Let's add a flow entry with…
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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