Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video SDN: ODL and more, part 3, part of Practical Linux for Network Engineers: Part 2.
(dramatic theme music)…- [Instructor] In this video I'm gonna show you…how to install OpenDaylight on a Docker container…in GNS3, and integrate OpenDaylight with OpenFlow Switches,…all running in Docker containers in GNS3.…
In a previous video I showed you how to get…an Ubuntu Docker container running within GNS3.…So under GNS3 preferences we can see that…a Docker container exists for Ubuntu.…Please see the link below if you want to see…how to get the Ubuntu container running in GNS3.…So what I'll do now is drag an Ubuntu container…to the GNS3 workspace.…
I'll connect it to an ethernet hub,…and all this is doing is providing IP connectivity…to a Nat cloud, as well as to other devices…in the management network.…I'll also drag a Firefox host into the topology.…I'm gonna use that to give us a graphical user interface…to the OpenDaylight controller…running on the Docker container.…
So I'll cable up the network, as follows.…You could use an ethernet switch rather than a hub,…or use a more complex device here if you want to.…
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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