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This example uses Mininet's medium-level API to create an sshd
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process running in a namespace. Doesn't use OpenFlow.
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#### bind.py:
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This example shows how you can create private directories for each
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#### cluster.py:
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This example contains all of the code for experimental cluster
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edition. Remote classes and MininetCluster can be imported from
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here to create a topology with nodes on remote machines.
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#### clusterSanity.py:
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This example runs cluster edition locally as a sanity check to test
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#### clustercli.py:
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This example contains a CLI for experimental cluster edition.
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#### clusterdemo.py:
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This example is a basic demo of cluster edition on 3 servers with
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a tree topology of depth 3 and fanout 3.
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#### consoles.py:
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This example creates a grid of console windows, one for each node,
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This example shows how to add an interface (for example a real
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hardware interface) to a network after the network is created.
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#### intfoptions.py:
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This example reconfigures a TCIntf during runtime with different
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traffic control commands to test bandwidth, loss, and delay.
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#### limit.py:
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This example shows how to use link and CPU limits.
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This example shows how to create a custom topology programatically
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by subclassing Topo, and how to run a series of tests on it.
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### linuxrouter.py:
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This example shows how to create and configure a router in Mininet
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that uses Linux IP forwarding.
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This example demonstrates creating a network via a graphical editor.
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This example demonstrates detaching an interface from one switch and
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attaching it another as a basic way to move a host around a network.
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#### multiLink.py:
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This example demonstrates the creation of multiple links between
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#### multiping.py:
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This example demonstrates one method for
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using NAT. It also answers the eternal question "why can't I ping
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`google.com`?"
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#### numberedports.py
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This example demonstrates how to create a network using a NAT node
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to connect hosts to the internet.
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#### numberedports.py:
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This example verifies the mininet ofport numbers match up to the ovs port numbers.
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It also verifies that the port numbers match up to the interface numbers

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