Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Test performance, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 5 OpenFlow Physical Switches.
- [Instructor] I'm running Floodlight locally…as a virtual machine on my local machine,…the one I'm recording on, and I've SSHed to that.…This is an IP address of 192.168.56.57,…and let's see if we can ping that Ubuntu box.…This is the Ubuntu box connected on Port 0,…and this machine should be connected to Port 1.…
In OpenFlow, notice ethernet 0 is shown as Port 1,…and ethernet 1 is shown as as Port 2.…This is my Ubuntu system.…Open Daylight is over here on Port 2.…I'm able to send traffic through the Raspberry Pi on Port 2…out of Port 1 to this device.…Just to show you that again,…once again, I'm able to ping from this machine…through the Raspberry Pi to this machine.…
Let's see what performance is like.…Iperf, server,…so, iperf is listing on this machine,…iperf, and let's look at some help.…Format, I'm going to put it as Megabits per second.…Format is Megabits per second, we're a client,…and we're going to 192.168.56.120.…
Let's see what the performance is like…through a Raspberry Pi Zero,…after we've turned 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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