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[mininet-discuss] Visual Network Description (VND) - Ramon Fonte's GUI SDN design tool

brian mullan bmullan.mail at gmail.com
Sat Dec 14 05:09:07 PST 2013


Sorry I am sending this twice but I miss-typed Ramon's email ID in the
first sending and I wanted to make sure it was correct.

Brian Mullan
Raleigh NC



On Sat, Dec 14, 2013 at 8:00 AM, brian mullan <bmullan.mail at gmail.com>wrote:

> While taking the the Coursera SDN class last summer I happened to find a
> really nice SDN Network design application written by Ramon Fontes.
>
> The tool is called *VND (Visual Network Description)*<http://ramonfontes.com/vnd/bin-debug/network_new.html#app=e6e7&3da2-selectedIndex=0&f8-selectedIndex=0>
>
> VND is web based and provides a pallet onto which you design your SDN
> network.
>
> VND is I believe a single-person project (I could be wrong) but Ramon & I
> had exchanged emails
> and he has done a really nice job with VND.
>
>
> *After completing your SDN network design you can...*
>
>    1. *Export to a MiniNet Script file*
>    2. *Export to an NS3 Script file*
>    3. *Export to a NSDL file*
>    4. *Export to a OpenFlow Controller Script file*
>    5. *Export to a QoS Script File*
>
>
> *VND currently provides the following network "objects" for you to design
> your SDN network with on on the pallet:*
>
> *Nodes:*
>
>    - *computer*
>    - *controllerOpenFlow*
>    - *switchOpenFlow*
>    - *wirelessRouter*
>
>
> *Domains:*
>
>    - *domain*
>    - *www*
>
> *Links*
>
>    - *ethernet*
>    - *fiber*
>    - *wireless*
>
>
> *For NSDL the VND provides the following:*
>
> *network:*
>
>    - *objects*
>    - *templates*
>    - *views*
>
> *scenarios:*
>
>    - *simulations*
>    - *visualizations*
>       - *vis01*
>          - *description*
>
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