Contrail Virtual Router
The Contrail Virtual Router implements the data-plane functionality that allows a virtual interface to be associated with a VRF.
The Contrail Virtual Router is distributed under the terms of the BSD 2-Clause License and the GPLv2.
The implementation is split into a generic "dp-core" directory used by multiple operating systems and OS-specific glue. The "linux" directory contains the Linux specific code.
The code has been tested with both 2.6.32 and 3.0 kernel series and with both KVM and Xen as hypervisors.
The utils directory contains user space applications that can be used to created interfaces (utils/vif) or display the state of the kernel module.