Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Openflow Demo at GEC-3 1. Demo Overview Demo is at GENI Engineering Conference III on October 28 th in Palo Alto, CA Extend the SIGCOMM’08 Demo of OpenFlow.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Openflow Demo at GEC-3 1. Demo Overview Demo is at GENI Engineering Conference III on October 28 th in Palo Alto, CA Extend the SIGCOMM’08 Demo of OpenFlow."— Presentation transcript:

1 Openflow Demo at GEC-3 1

2 Demo Overview Demo is at GENI Engineering Conference III on October 28 th in Palo Alto, CA Extend the SIGCOMM’08 Demo of OpenFlow to include Juniper, Internet2, and JGN. 2

3 OF Mobility Demo Sigcomm Demo: August 2008, Seattle Cisco Cat6k ESX Server ESX Server HP ProCurve 5400 HP ProCurve 5400 NOX + Vcenter To Stanford campus backbone Stanford Gates Building OpenFlow WiFi AP 3

4 OF Mobility Demo GEC-3 Demo: October 28, Palo Alto Cisco Cat6k ESX Server ESX Server HP ProCurve 5400 HP ProCurve 5400 NOX + Vcenter Stanford Gates Building Stanford campus backbone CENIC JGN ESX Server ESX Server NEC IP8800 NEC IP8800 JGN POP in Tokyo LA Existing NetFPGA OpenFlow Switches NY, LA, HOU HOU NY Juniper MX-240 Internet 2 2 NY POP NetFPGA Public Internet NetFPGA-based IP-IP tunnel 4

5 HOUS NY 5 Juniper MX-240 NetFPGA LA NetFPGA Proposed NetFPGA routing pX = nf2cX; p0’s connect to Internet p0 p1p3p2p1p2 p1 p0 = Juniper-to- NetFPGA connection = NetFPGA-to- NetFPGA connection p3

6 NetFPGA POPs in Internet2 e.g. LA POP (“LOSA”) Juniper T-640 Ciena CoreDirector NetFPGA 3 x 1GE In TDM circuits to 3 POPs NetFPGA 3 x 1GE HP ProCurve 5400 Access Network (e.g. CENIC) 1GE 6

7 Possible NY POP Topology Juniper T-640 Ciena CoreDirector NetFPGA 2 x 1GE 3 x 1GE In TDM circuits to 2 POPs NetFPGA 2 x 1GE HP ProCurve 5400 Access Network 1GE Juniper MX-240 1GE Connect 1GE from each NetFPGA to MX-240 Goal: Easy connection for MX-240 Flexible choice of tunnels in/out No additional ports on CoreDirector Minimal work for I2 1GE 7 2 x 1GE

8 ESX Server Slide of NEC topology in JGN NEC IP8800/S3640 NetFPGA 1GE JGN Backbone router JGN Access link ESX Server OpenFlow WiFi AP 100M 1GE NEC IP8800/S3640 1GE See wiki for IPs L2 sw See wiki for IPs Already installed (as of 9/19/2008) Confirmed we will be able to get 2 IP8800/S3640 8

9 Internet 2 notekoteF10 TransPAC 2 HP -sw APAN T640 TransPAC 2 T320 PWave cat65 I2 router JGN2 router JGN2 TransPac 2 NEC sv Stanford BGP peer AS OC-192c 10GE-LR 10GE-EW 10GE-LR 10GE-LW 10GE-LR CENIC device 1G? 10GE-LR Stanford ⇔ JGN path 9

10 MX240 Addition MX240 to be installed in New York POP MX240 details: –Configuration: 1 Routing engine 1 switch control board 1 40 port 10/100/1000 Copper DPC Can be AC or DC –Power requirements: 600W if DC, 800W if AC –Rack space: 5 rack units (8.7”), 19” rack 10

11 11 Copyright © 2007 Juniper Networks, Inc. Proprietary and Confidentialwww.juniper.net OpenFlow Implementation on JUNOS/MX RPD … OFD OF Bridge Domain OF VLANs & ifls FILTER kernel Controller RE PFE

12 Work Items for Demo TaskOwnerDelivery date 12


Download ppt "Openflow Demo at GEC-3 1. Demo Overview Demo is at GENI Engineering Conference III on October 28 th in Palo Alto, CA Extend the SIGCOMM’08 Demo of OpenFlow."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google