Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Demo: OpenFlow tables, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 5 OpenFlow Physical Switches.
- [Instructor] So once again host with MAC address five…is connected on port two…of the 3800 series switch,…DPI ending in 18 zero…as we can see at the top here.…And that's shown here.…Let's look at flows.…Notice as an example…that traffic with a source MAC address…ending in zero five…received on port two…with a destination of two…will be sent out of port seven.…Looking at our topology,…traffic from this MAC address coming in on port two…will be sent out of port seven…to get to MAC address two.…
So that's correct as per our topology.…This is an example of the open flow table…as seen on the controller.…This is an open flow entry…stored in the hardware table of the provision switch.…In this case it's stored in hardware table 100.…The flow entry has a priority of two 9 triple 9.…The number of packets matching is listed here.…The bytes are not shown,…as the entry is in hardware on the switch.…Match entry is shown.…
And the instruction is shown here…to send the traffic out of port seven.…On the combo switch ending in 3B.…Let's look at the flows.…
- 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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