FlowForward LINC Switch
LINC is a pure OpenFlow software switch written in Erlang. It’s implemented in operating system’s userspace as an Erlang node. Such approach is not the most efficient one, but it gives a lot of flexibility and allows quick development and testing of new OpenFlow features.
“A Network Complexity Index for Networks of Networks” by Stuart Bailey and Robert L. Grossman
LINC Switch Overview and Architecture
FlowForwarding Documentation on GitHub
FlowForwarding.org LINC Switch Wiki on GitHub
|OpenFlow Versions||1.2, 1.3, 1.4|
|Categories||Networking > Virtual Network Functions > vSwitches|
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