[P4-dev] Reg: Ramping up P4
gtvrreddy at gmail.com
Tue Mar 1 11:26:02 EST 2016
If you install successfully p4factory, then please go through the README.md
in p4factory/submodules/p4ofagent folder. Follow the instructions given
Try to running l2_switch target which supports openflow.
The figure is more about combining openflow + P4 tables in p4 setup. But In
you are populating the tables through SDN controller. So, you can do with
changers in p4ofagent.
On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 8:35 PM, Mohan Krishna <mohankrishna290787 at gmail.com>
> I am a student from TU Berlin and I am planning on doing a project with
> Yes, I was able to understand the availability of openflow 1.3. I came
> across a mailing thread "Interaction between P4 dataplane and control
> plane" between *Antonin & Ramana, *an image OF.png was attached to
> understand how the entire system looks like. The image is not available
> now. It would be really nice if we could get the image for better
> understanding of the system.
> Also Please let me know is there any setup instructions to be followed
> apart from the one present in P4.org.
> My End goal is to program a tunneling protocol using P4, and program the
> table entries using Openflow. Is this possible with the current state of
> the P4ofagent and P4 switch? Any pointers or suggestions would be really
> Custom Controller
> |OF 1.3
> P4 OF agent
> P4-Switch (Custom Protocol, Flow Based Switching/Routing)
> Thanks & Regards,
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 12:57 PM, Ramana Reddy <gtvrreddy at gmail.com> wrote:
>> As I know p4 currently support openflow 1.3. See the manual.
>> On 1 Mar 2016 5:04 pm, "Mohan Krishna" <mohankrishna290787 at gmail.com>
>>> I am new to P4 and would like to use P4 to develop custom tunneling
>>> I was planning on using the P4 soft-switch available in github to do the
>>> same. However
>>> I did not get an idea of how far is openflow 1.4 supported to populate
>>> the table entries.
>>> It would be great if any one could give me some tips. I would like to
>>> populate the table entries using
>>> OpenFlow 1.4.
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