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[mininet-discuss] mininet-discuss Digest, Vol 46, Issue 42

Gregory Gee gee.developer at gmail.com
Fri Dec 13 19:39:55 PST 2013


  If you are grabbing MiniEdit from my blog, it is just a script like 
the one in mininet/examples, but I add more features.  It is not an 
installer.  Just run it.

sudo ./miniedit-2.1.0.7.py

Greg

On 13/12/2013 3:41 PM, Abinayaa Suryan wrote:
>
> Install miniedit
>
> How to install miniedit? I followed steps in mininet website but I got 
> a message that no such file or directory found...Please do help me fix
>
> On 13 Dec 2013 05:28, <mininet-discuss-request at lists.stanford.edu 
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>        1. Re: Mininet and RouteFlow (Gregory Gee)
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>     Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2013 00:26:29 -0500
>     From: Gregory Gee <gee.developer at gmail.com
>     <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com>>
>     To: k102090 Sarim Javaid Khan <k102090 at nu.edu.pk
>     <mailto:k102090 at nu.edu.pk>>
>     Cc: "mininet-discuss at lists.stanford.edu
>     <mailto:mininet-discuss at lists.stanford.edu>&gt &lt"
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>             <k102120 at nu.edu.pk <mailto:k102120 at nu.edu.pk>>,  k102073
>     Muhammad Haris Azfar <k102073 at nu.edu.pk <mailto:k102073 at nu.edu.pk>>,
>             k102185 Sahar Imtiaz <k102185 at nu.edu.pk
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>             <sufian.hameed at nu.edu.pk <mailto:sufian.hameed at nu.edu.pk>>
>     Subject: Re: [mininet-discuss] Mininet and RouteFlow
>     Message-ID: <52AA9A85.7020102 at gmail.com
>     <mailto:52AA9A85.7020102 at gmail.com>>
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>
>        RouteFlow is just a complex Controller that does L3 routing.
>
>     If you want your 2 switches to talk OSPF(act as routers):
>     1.  Your 2 switches should connect to the RouteFlow controller and not
>     their own controllers.
>     2.  You will have to connect the two switches with a GRE tunnel so
>     there
>     is a 'link' between the switches.
>
>        Or is your "RouteFlow" box in the diagram another set of
>     routers and
>     the RouteFlow controller?
>
>        What is the total number of nodes(router and switch) that you are
>     trying to end up with?
>
>     Greg
>
>     On 12/12/2013 5:01 AM, k102090 Sarim Javaid Khan wrote:
>     > @Greg
>     > Yes I have done with the GRE-Tunnel , but that is a tunnel, so it
>     > doesn't provide routing functionality.
>     >
>     > Let me make my question clearer:
>     >
>     > *My Scenario is:*
>     > I have two mininet networks i.e two VMs , each has one mininet
>     > network(with 1 controller, 1 switch and 1 host).
>     > I just want to connect these networks using RouteFlow so that I may
>     > show my advisor some OSPF/BGP functionality along with the openflow
>     > protocol.
>     > As mininet just provides simple_router which doesn't have OSPF
>     > functionality.
>     > I want to use RouteFlow between two mininet networks so that
>     OSPF/BGP
>     > functionality exists  in my Enterprise Network.
>     >
>     > Also scan the image attached.
>     > Anf tell me if this is possible, if not then what should i do in
>     order
>     > to achieve this.
>     >
>     > I hope it is clear now.
>     >
>     >
>     >
>     >
>     > On 12 December 2013 09:24, Gregory Gee <gee.developer at gmail.com
>     <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com>
>     > <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com
>     <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com>>> wrote:
>     >
>     >
>     >       To connect two MiniNet instances, you could follow the
>     >     instructions on my post.
>     >
>     >
>     http://gregorygee.wordpress.com/2013/09/11/connecting-two-mininet-networks-with-gre-tunnel/
>     >
>     >       The part I am still not clear about is which nodes in you
>     >     MiniNet instances will act as the routers?  Are the switches on
>     >     the edge of each going to be the routers? Or are all switches in
>     >     the MiniNet instances going to be routers?  i need a little more
>     >     information about your topology.
>     >
>     >       As I mentioned before, you could probably do all this in one
>     >     MiniNet instance unless there is a reason you want them in two.
>     >     Just have different switches point to different controllers.
>     >
>     >     Greg
>     >
>     >
>     >     On 11/12/2013 2:47 AM, k102090 Sarim Javaid Khan wrote:
>     >>     Yes, the first one as you said.
>     >>     Two mininet instances, and connecting them using routeflow, How
>     >>     to do that? If this is not the way then please direct how
>     to use
>     >>     a single mininet instance and adding a routeflow(router) in
>     that
>     >>     network.
>     >>
>     >>
>     >>     On 9 December 2013 07:09, Gregory Gee
>     <gee.developer at gmail.com <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com>
>     >>     <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com
>     <mailto:gee.developer at gmail.com>>> wrote:
>     >>
>     >>
>     >>           Ah, Christian beat me to it.  But I'll say the same
>     below.
>     >>
>     >>
>     >>         On 08/12/2013 5:57 AM, k102090 Sarim Javaid Khan wrote:
>     >>>         Hello,
>     >>>
>     >>>         I have been using mininet and Routeflow for my project.
>     >>>         The project is to create an SDN based enterprise network
>     >>>         with OSPF/BGP router of course that follows openflow
>     protocol.
>     >>>
>     >>>         I have configured RouteFlow but can't understand how
>     to use
>     >>>         it with mininet.
>     >>         This is a question best asked on the RouteFlow mailing
>     list.
>     >>         All the complexity of integrating MiniNet with RouteFlow is
>     >>         on the RouteFlow side.
>     >>
>     >>>         In other words, how to create two mininet networks and
>     >>>         connect them through "RouteFlow" Router.
>     >>         Depends how you want to do this.  You can create a single
>     >>         MiniNet network and have different sets of nodes in the
>     >>         network controlled by different controllers.  Like the
>     >>         picture below but having c1 be the RouteFlow controller.
>     >>
>     >>>
>     >>>         Any directions will be highly appreciated.
>     >>>
>     >>>         Regards,
>     >>>         Sarim Javaid Khan
>     >>>
>     >>>
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