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Hu Abubakar – you need to perform feature:install onos-core
I am using JointJS for drawing the graph and it automatically adjusts the placement in a tree form. You can fiddle with the chart size and also scale the icons down.
The web GUI shares the port 8080 with the REST API of Ryu and so there is no way or need to stop it. The GUI makes REST API calls to port 8080 and it works fine. I wonder why that not working for you. Any input on what calls you’re trying to do might help debug.
That rule is to decide if the packet is unicast or multicast. It is not specific to mininet or OpenStack.
LorisPack is under minimal development and already works fine for tunnel management and microsegmentation for smaller deployments. There is no integration with external SDN controllers. In fact if you have a SDN controller, you don’t need LorisPack.March 19, 2015 at 10:57 pm in reply to: how to connect to physical switch with your controller? #1090
Hi Kevin, you should be able to set the controller for the switch as the reachable IP address of the controller in the VM. Unfortunately, because you may be running in a VM with NAT access, it is not trivial to make the VM the controller. I would suggest switching the network interface to a direct one and then use the IP assigned through that.
Hi, you probably resolved this already. But, in generally, it is sufficient to install just the openvswitch-switch (and associated openvswitch-commons) for running OVS with mininet.March 19, 2015 at 10:49 pm in reply to: error to import SDN Hub tutorial VM 64-bit.ovf in vmware workstation #1088
The IP address of your VM will be the IP address for the controller. Or did I misunderstand your question?
I am not sure why the Flow statistics are not showing. Please mail the OpenDaylight list.
The ADSAL statistics manager should still work because of the compatibility feature. You do not need the code for the statistics manager to be in your dev environment. You can load the appropriate bundles and still work.January 8, 2015 at 4:18 am in reply to: error to import SDN Hub tutorial VM 64-bit.ovf in vmware workstation #1006
Sorry about the delayed reply. Did you try to create a new VM using the VMDK from the OVA? That should work on VMware platforms too.
Can you tell me a bit more about the problem you’re facing? Is the link not working? Are you running VM based starter kit or using the Ryu apps directly? Is the controller not auto running with the VM?
Hi Orlando, it should be listening at port 6633 on the VM. Are you able to access that?
Sorry about my delayed reply. I suspect you already have Ryu running. With the starter-kit VM, Ryu is automatically started on reboot. So, if you want to run Ryu yourself, you need to kill the earlier one.
You can start mininet using the command:
$ sudo mn –arp –topo linear,2 –switch ovsk,protocols=OpenFlow13 –controller remote
With the new version, I don’t think you will see a separate plugin added. Are you not seeing the OpenFlow packets being parsed?
With the new Ubuntu 14.04 VM, we switched to using Wireshark 1.11.3 that has native OF parsing support. You don’t need a separate dissector anymore. Can you upgrade your wireshark to that version using these instructions?
sudo apt-get -y remove wireshark
sudo apt-get -y install libgtk-3-dev libqt4-dev flex bison
tar xvfj wireshark-1.11.3.tar.bz2
sudo make install
sudo echo “/usr/local/lib” >> /etc/ld.so.conf
Thanks for your comment. I did use the development version 1.11.3 of wireshark as-is. I hope you get it working. If you have any errors, please feel free to write back on this post.