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[openflow-discuss] How I can connect to an OpenFlow- Switch
michielappelman at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 09:53:38 PDT 2012
On 20 mrt. 2012, at 17:39, Rob Sherwood wrote:
> How you seen the online instructions
> ? They should have all the information that you need to setup the
Although this is very useful reference information, to get started quickly with your Pronto switch connect to it using a console cable and reboot it. In the boot menu select the 'OpenFlow' option to boot the Indigo software. After that it will ask you if you want to configure it manually, type "no" and let it guide you through the configuration. Set an IP for the switch, the controller and other options and you should be ready to go.
-- Michiel Appelman
> If you do end up having more problems, you might get a better
> response by posting it on the indigo-specific mailing list, also
> listed off of the Indigo openflowhub website.
> Hope this helps,
> - Rob
> On Mon, Mar 19, 2012 at 3:43 PM, Weiyang Mo <wmo at optics.arizona.edu> wrote:
>> Hi, all:
>> Recently I got a Pronto 3240 Openflow switch which supports OpenFlow 1.0 .My past work focus on controller for virtual networks built by Mininet. However I have no ideas that how to connect to a real OpenFlow switch and make the controller work.
>> For example, I have the controller for a virtual network 1virtual switch and 4 virtual hosts. How can I make the controller work in our lab network( 1 Pronto switch and 4 computers which connect to it).
>> Thanks very much.
>> Weiyang Mo
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