Mininet and OVS - OVS Conference 2015





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Published on Nov 20, 2015

Presented by: Bob Lantz, ON.Lab

Mininet is an emulation framework that quickly creates virtual networks of hosts, switches, and SDN controllers on your laptop for development, research, teaching, or any other use. For scalability, Mininet hosts are usually just processes in network namespaces, connected to software switches (typically Open vSwitch) via virtual Ethernet links.

In this talk, I will provide a brief overview and demonstration of Mininet, describe how it uses Open vSwitch, and present some experiences so far and thoughts on how OVS might evolve to support the use case of network emulation.

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