[AusNOG] Open Networking
tcuthbert90 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 6 11:54:14 EST 2016
I think what SnapRoute is promising is great! I think bus management planes
are the way to go. Not having to run an agent/ssh/python on a box is
Another cool project which takes it down a layer is P4 http://p4.org/
On Wed, Jul 6, 2016 at 8:45 AM, Tim Raphael <raphael.timothy at gmail.com>
> This certainly looks very interesting - there isn’t a lot of information
> out in the open but by perusing their source code on GitHub it certainly
> looks cool.
> It’s aimed at doing similar things to OpenSwitch - will be cool to have a
> play with eventually.
> - Tim
> > On 6 Jul 2016, at 8:31 AM, David Hughes <david at hughes.com.au> wrote:
> >> On 6 Jul 2016, at 10:19 AM, Andrew Yager <andrew at rwts.com.au> wrote:
> >> I think this is one of the things that has saddened us most about
> Cumulus - we've been told that this was coming for around 2 years now - and
> "real soon now" has been the same story. VRF/namespace support finally came
> into play in Cumulus 3 which we haven't gone to test yet… and that's a good
> "first run". My understanding is they have a number of SP customers in the
> US that are keen for this though, so I'm sure they will get there.
> > Is anyone keeping an eye on snaproute as an opensource open network
> stack? It’s early days, and the layer 3 functionality looks pretty
> simplistic, but for smaller shops it may offer enough functionality.
> > Thanks
> > David
> > ...
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