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NOX_INSTALL 632 Bytes 0608b593 about 11 years Brandon Heller Add notes on installing NOX on Deb testing.
README 2.38 KB 0a9ea29f about 11 years Bob Lantz Fixed problem for empty lists in cleanup. Added...
netns.c 377 Bytes 6a30c394 about 11 years Bob Lantz Changed to include linux/sched.c for compiling ... 776 Bytes 51270ce4 about 11 years Brandon Heller Use setuptools to install python files Now, to...

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51270ce4 12/18/2009 08:12 PM Brandon Heller

Use setuptools to install python files

Now, to reference mininet files, use 'import mininet.mininet'.

PYTHONPATH mods are no longer required for installation.

cd27f9db 12/18/2009 08:11 PM Brandon Heller

Start controller with verbose by default

ede34b6a 12/18/2009 08:10 PM Brandon Heller

Add missing function import

40580731 12/18/2009 12:31 AM Bob Lantz

Added simple all-to-all UDP bandwidth test.

9bb15c76 12/18/2009 12:31 AM Bob Lantz

Added missing value (60) in list. ;-)

b7640209 12/18/2009 12:30 AM Bob Lantz

Changed to use class vars and method to track nodes.
Useful for monitoring the output of a set of nodes.

1417fe72 12/18/2009 12:29 AM Bob Lantz

Changed cleanup to do fast things first.

7df36e47 12/16/2009 06:40 AM Bob Lantz

Changed to be much (!) smarter - it now reuses the network! Amazing.

f939eb56 12/16/2009 06:38 AM Bob Lantz

Changes to
- invoke ofdatapath with --fail=closed (no controller = no connectivity!)
- stop hosts before switches before the controller
- this seems slightly more sensible
- it's the reverse of the startup order
- fix retry() so it kind of works (it's actually helpful I think!)

0b4ae53a 12/16/2009 06:37 AM Bob Lantz

We don't need to print the links.

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Mininet: A Simple Virtual Testbed for OpenFlow aka How to Squeeze a 1024-node OpenFlow Network onto your Laptop (Extremely Experimental Development Version 0.1, December 2009) --- Mininet creates simple OpenFlow test networks by using process-based virtualization and network namespaces. Simulated hosts (as well as switches and controllers with the user datapath) are created as processes in separate network namespaces. This allows a complete OpenFlow network to be simulated on top of a single Linux kernel. Mininet provides a set of Python classes and functions which enable creation of OpenFlow networks of varying sizes and topologies. In order to run Mininet, you must have: * A Linux 2.6.26 or greater kernel compiled with network namespace support enabled. (debian-testing seems to have such a kernel, but it doesn't work for compiling nox, unfortunately.) * The OpenFlow reference implementation (either the user or kernel datapath may be used, and the tun or ofdatapath kernel modules must be loaded, respectively) * Python, bash, ping, iperf, etc. * Root privileges (required for network device access) * The netns program (included as netns.c), or an equivalent program of the same name, installed in an appropriate path location * installed in an appropriate Python path location Currently mininet includes: - A simple node infrastructure (Host, Switch, Controller classes) for creating virtual OpenFlow networks - A simple network infrastructure (class Network and its descendants TreeNet, GridNet and LinearNet) for creating scalable topologies and running experiments (e.g. TreeNet(2,3).run(pingTest) ) - Some simple tests which can be run using test ) - A simple command-line interface which may be invoked on a network using .run( Cli ). It provides useful diagnostic commands, as well as the ability to send a command to a node. For example, mininet> h11 ifconfig -a tells host h11 to run the command 'ifconfig -a' - A 'cleanup' script to get rid of junk (interfaces, processes, files in /tmp, etc.) which might be left around by mininet. Try this if things stop working! - Examples (in examples/ directory) to help you get started. Batteries are not included (yet!) However, some preliminary installation notes are included in the INSTALL file. Good luck! --- Bob Lantz

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