SDN Internet Router (sir)
mohta at necom830.hpcl.titech.ac.jp
Sat Jan 7 09:52:19 UTC 2023
Matthew Walster wrote:
> No... It's action based. You can send it a different route, you can
> replicate it, you can drop it, you can mutate it...
Replication is a poor alternative for multicast.
For other actions, why, do you think, they are performed?
Just for fun? Or to differentiate treatment of some packets,
that is, prioritization?
> You can send it to a
> different destination for stateful filtering when it doesn't match an
> expected pattern!
Unless pattern is as simple as having certain port number,
stateful filtering almost always needs all packets including
those matching expected pattern, I'm afraid.
> SDN is not just QoS routing, please stop saying that.
> Nope, not true. Had 1000 routes, only 100 available in FIB. So you filter
> to the top 50 doing traffic and default route the rest of the traffic. Less
If default route is acceptable, just rely on it along with
50 non default routes with plain IP routers.
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