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OpenFlow™ Protocol Feature Overview and Configuration Guide

OpenFlow™ Protocol Feature Overview and Configuration Guide

The OpenFlow™ protocol is a network protocol closely associated with Software-Defined Networking (SDN). SDN is a network architecture that allows network administrators to control traffic from a centralized Controller. A Controller is an application that manages flow control in a SDN environment. The OpenFlow protocol allows a server to instruct network switches where to send data packets.

  • Read OpenFlow Protocol Feature Overview and Configuration Guide (Rev D) if you are using Alliedware Plus version 5.4.7-0.x or newer.
  • Read OpenFlow Protocol Feature Overview and Configuration Guide (Rev C) if you are using Alliedware Plus version 5.4.6-2.x.