Join David Bombal for an in-depth discussion in this video Windows clients and multiple tables, part 2, part of Practical Software-Defined Networking: 5 OpenFlow Physical Switches.
(light music)…- [Lecturer] So I'll now add a flow entry…to table one with a priority of 20,000.…And I'm gonna match all traffic coming in on port one…and we gonna to dump that traffic.…So I'll click Add, notice table one…has a flow entry of 20,000,…does that affect my pings?…In this example we lost one ping,…but notice the pings continue.…
So this flow entry is not affecting the forwarding…of traffic because it's the second table…in the open flow pipeline and no traffic…is being forwarded from table zero to table one.…However, if I added a flow entry to table zero…with a priority of 20,000 and said that traffic…coming in on port one should go to table one,…let's see what happens now.…
So I'll click Add, so notice we have hits…on this new flow entry and we now have hits or matches…on table one and, notice the pings are failing.…So the logic is as follows.…First table in the pipeline is table zero.…When traffic arrives the switch looks for a match.…In this we're looking for traffic…coming in on port one so we've got this entry,…
- 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
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1. Zodiac FX
2. Raspberry Pi
3. HPE Physical Switches
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