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RouteFlow: Virtualized IP Routing Services in OpenFlow networks
SESSION: SCinet Research Sandbox Experiment Results
EVENT TYPE: Research Sandbox
TIME: 11:00AM - 11:15AM
Presenter(s):Christian Esteve Rothenberg, Marcelo Ribeiro de Nascimento
ABSTRACT: This demo presents RouteFlow, a commodity routing architecture based on the combination of open-source routing stacks and OpenFlow-enabled networking gear.
We will showcase a multi-vendor, multi-controller (Beacon and NOX), multi-source protocol stacks (Quagga and XORP) and virtualization environments (LXC and QEMU), allowing visitors to unplug physical cables and visualize how the control plane converges in times comparable (and potentially better) to traditional setups.
While the focus of this demonstration is the interoperability between traditional L2/L3 switches (with embedded routing protocol stacks) and OpenFlow switches controlled by the RouteFlow platform that orchestrates (remote) virtualized routing protocol stacks, demo attendees will be able to devise how software-defined networking allows for innovation in the provision of virtual IP routing and forwarding services.
DEMONSTRATION RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS:
2 x Servers + Monitors
2 x Laptops
2 x Commercial L2/L3 switches with OSPFv2 support
4 x OpenFlow 1.0 switches (with MAC header re-writing capabilities, ideally from multiple vendors, alternatively or complementary with NetFPGA-based OpenFlow switches).