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A new open and flexible way to test next-generation (OpenFlow) switches

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Despite network monitoring and testing being critical for computer networks, current solutions are both extremely expensive and inflexible. This talk proposes an architecture for an extensible Open-Source Network Tester (OSNT), running on the NetFPGA-10G open-source hardware platform. It also describes the effort to enhance the measurement capabilities of the OFLOPS switch performance evaluation framework. OSNT enhances OFLOPS with sub-╬╝sec precision and 40 Gbps full bi-directional traffic generation and capturing, providing a highly flexible and open platform for OpenFlow experimentation at high data rates.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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