Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Block specific protocols, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 5 OpenFlow Physical Switches.
(calm music)…- [Instructor] In this video,…I'm gonna show you how you can permit ICMP…but block protocol such as HTTP.…At the moment my Zodiac FX has three flows:…traffic coming in on port 2 is gonna be sent out of port 1,…traffic coming in on port 1 is gonna be sent out of port 2.…All other traffic is gonna be sent to the controller.…I can view that on the Zodiac FX…by going to openflow show flows.…
And there are my three flows.…Flow 1 is sending all traffic to the controller.…That's the first flow that was written to the switch.…On the controller, it's showing last…because it has the lowest priority.…Flow 2 is matching all traffic coming in on port 2…and sending it out of port 1.…And flow 3 is matching all traffic coming in on port 1…and sending it out of port 2.…So my PC is able to connect to google.com,…to northboundnetworks.com,…and to the Open Networking Foundation.…
So I can connect to the internet and access these websites.…But now let's write a flow entry…to the switch using Flow Maker Deluxe.…And I'm gonna write this to table 0…
- Configuring and working with Zodiac FX
- Blocking specific protocols
- Writing flows to Zodiac FX
- Configuring and working with Raspberry Pi
- HPE physical switches
- Physical switches with the HPE SDN Controller
Skill Level Beginner
Networking Foundations: IP Addressingwith Timothy Pintello2h 35m Intermediate
Networking Foundations: Network Media (LANs)with Greg Sowell1h 9m Intermediate
1. Zodiac FX
2. Raspberry Pi
3. HPE Physical Switches
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