Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video My Raspberry Pi OpenFlow network, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 5 OpenFlow Physical Switches.
- [Instructor] So here's my Raspberry Pi network.…I've actually disconnected one of the ethernet ports…so I only have three ethernet ports…connected to the Raspberry Pi at the moment.…One of the ports is connected directly to a PC…and that PC is isolated from the rest of the network…to prove that OpenFlow is working properly…on the Raspberry Pi and this will also allow me to show…you that I can block a host off the network…by simply creating an OpenFlow rule.…
So in PuTTY I'm going to SSH to…192 168 56 64…which is one of the IP addresses on my Raspberry Pi.…I'm gonna log in as pi, put in my password…which is raspberry, just the defaults.…Obviously in a production environment you would change…passwords to something more secure…but the defaults are fine for this demonstration.…So iconfig shows me that I have ethernet zero…with a link local ip address.…
This is the interface connected directly to a PC.…Ethernet 1 is another gigabit interface…and ethernet 2 is a 100 meg interface…that I'm using to SSH to the Raspberry Pi.…
- 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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