About Indigo v1
Indigo is an open source OpenFlow implementation that runs on physical switches and uses the hardware features of Ethernet switch ASICs to run OpenFlow at line rates. It is based on the OpenFlow Reference Implementation from Stanford and currently implements all required features of the OpenFlow 1.0 standard. To use Indigo, you will need one of the compatible switches and the Indigo firmware. Reflashing the switches to use Indigo may require special hardware, please check out the detailed information for each switch before attempting to use them for OpenFlow.
Indigo runs on a number of physical switches using Broadcom including:
It has been successfully ported to other Broadcom based platforms.
Indigo Virtual Switch
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