What about this course?
OpenFlow is the technology that started the SDN movement, the two terms were often used interchangeably in the early days. Despite being an important component in any SDN discussion, OpenFlow remains to be one of the mysterious topics in traditional network engineer's tool belt. The course will aim to demystify the technology by using free, open sourced tools such Python, Mininet, and POX controller to build different network applications. In the process, we will gain the knowledge necessary to build a OpenFlow network. The applications will move from basic hub, learning switch, spanning-tree, to interacting with other network components.
Instructor for this course
This course is composed by the following modules
Lab and Setup
Quick Start Example
Learning Switch Lab 1
Learning Switch Lab 2
Command Line Options
Command Line Demonstration
Simple Router Example Overview
Simple Firewall Example Overview
Simple Firewall Example Lab
Interactiving with Physical Switch Overview
Interactiving with Physical Switch Lab 1
Interactiving with Physical Switch Lab 2
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