Redirectable routing switch
REDIRECTABLE ROUTING SWITCH IS AN EXPERIMENTAL IMPLEMENTATION AND MAY NOT BE FULLY FUNCTIONAL. IF YOU ARE NOT FAMILIAR WITH C AND SQL, WE STRONGLY DO NOT RECOMMEND YOU TO RUN THIS APPLICATION.
This directory includes an OpenFlow controller that emulates a single large layer 2 switch consists of arbitrary number of OpenFlow switches with a redirection function. The redirection function allows us to redirect traffic coming from unauthorized hosts to controller's local IP protocol stack. By redirecting traffic, for example, you can direct any HTTP requests from authorized host to a specific web server by combining this application and iptables.
How to build
Get Trema and Apps
$ sudo gem install trema $ git clone git://github.com/trema/apps.git apps
$ cd ./apps/topology $ make $ cd ../..
Build redirectable routing switch and create authorized host database
$ cd ./apps/redirectable_routing_switch $ make $ ./create_authorized_host_db.sh $ sqlite3 ./authorized_host.db
Add authorized hosts (mac address and description pairs) manually
sqlite> insert into authorized_host values (1,"alice's PC"); sqlite> insert into authorized_host values (2,"bob's PC"); sqlite> .quit
How to run
$ sudo trema run -c ./redirectable_routing_switch.conf
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