This project mains to implement a flow mobility on the end nodes through OpenFlow tools. To accomplish that OpenFlow agents Open vSwitch and POX were used.
The framework was design to work on 6 nodes (one for each emulated network node) of the AMazING tested, sited in the rooftop of Instituto de Telecomunicações de Aveiro. Each node is composed by a VIA Eden 1GHz processor with 1GB RAM and two wireless interfaces (an 802.11a/b/g/n Atheros 9K and a 802.11a/b/g Atheros 5K), running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
Open vSwitch installation
Since we do not change the OvS software you can check out how to install the sofware on developers github.
Requirements to run POX
POX officially requires Python 2.7 (though much of it will work fine fine with Python 2.6), and should run under Linux, Mac OS, and Windows.
The script ext/handover_mn.py handles the Mobile Node handover request. Run it along with l3_learning
You can run with the "py" component and use the CLI:
./pox.py forwarding.l3_learning handover_demo1a py
Get more information
For more information about how to configure and reproduce the experience check the documentation.