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Please see this topology. I am using the daily snapshots of Lithium
The problem I see is when l2-switch (and host tracker) is enabled ,
hosts start to appear on different nodes as you can see in the
picture below. Our intention to use l2-switch is to get the topology
and hosts automatically discovered, but not to let it push the flow
rules by itself. Thus I apply these two configs to ODL:
But still hosts appear to multiple nodes. Any suggestions ?
On 9/30/2015 6:03 AM, Junzhuo Wang
I could help you to solve the L2Switch issue but I
need to know which branch you’re working and your test
condition. The problem you mentioned seems not appears here. But
we only test the l2switch on mininet so I’m not sure if the
HostTracker really works with a real OpenFlow switch and I
modified the L2Switch based on stable/lithium tag.
If you have any question or information. Feel free
to mail me :-).
It was great to you yesterday.
I cc'd the alto-team.
Jensen/Junzhuo/Tony: Azher from
CalTech mentioned that an issue they are facing is
that ODL l2switch (HostTracker) made one host appears at
multiple locations. Our version does not have this
problem, I believe. Could you please engage Azher to
solve this problem?
Thanks a lot!
On Wednesday, September 30, 2015, Azher Mughal <azher@...
Nice talking with you yesterday. Do yo mind sharing
the project with us, so I can download and try it out.
Current issues as I mentioned are hosts seen connected
to various nodes which creates a total confusion.
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