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Alternative southbound interface to flow enabled network bridges

This is a new project originally defined in the following post on hackathon@ietf.org https://mailarchive.ietf.org/arch/msg/hackathon/vb27RmJivbwy8UURV_KXh2IzZd0

The project consists of 3 tasks:

  1. Design and publish draft with YANG model of a flow enabled network bridge.
  2. Device (server) side model implementation - loadable module for some of the available opensource NETCONF servers implementing the model for a OpenFlow device as a proxy controller with a single node.
  3. Controller (client) side plug-in implementation - ncflowplugin for ODL interacting with NETCONF mounted nodes implementing the YANG model

that ideally can coexist with openflowplugin.

Progress:

Design and publish draft with YANG model of a flow enabled network bridge.

Done. https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-vassilev-netmod-network-bridge/

Device (server) side model implementation

Partial. Can be mounted from ODL but the OpenFlow part is not ready. - https://github.com/vlvassilev/yuma123/tree/master/example-modules/ietf-network-bridge

Controller (client) side plug-in implementation - ncflowplugin for ODL

Incomplete.

Walkthrough (tested on Debian)

Build and start netconfd server instance with the ietf-network-bridge* modules loaded listening on port 830:

 cd
 sudo apt-get install git autoconf gcc libtool libxml2-dev libssh2-1-dev make libncurses5-dev zlib1g-dev libreadline-dev
 git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/yuma123/git yuma123-git
 cd yuma123-git
 git checkout 328a64829243684da65891851bf22acb88ca16a5
 autoreconf -i -f
 ./configure CFLAGS='-g -O0' CXXFLAGS='-g -O0' --prefix=/usr
 make
 sudo make install
 #Enable the netconf subsystem and restart sshd
 echo "Port 830" | sudo tee -a /etc/ssh/sshd_config
 echo "Subsystem netconf "/usr/sbin/netconf-subsystem" | sudo tee -a /etc/ssh/sshd_config
 sudo /etc/init.d/ssh restart
 /usr/sbin/netconfd --module=/usr/share/yuma/modules/ietf/ietf-interfaces@2014-05-08.yang \
                    --module=/usr/share/yuma/modules/ietf/iana-if-type@2014-05-08.yang \
                    --module=/usr/share/yuma/modules/ietf-draft/ietf-network-bridge.yang \
                    --module=/usr/share/yuma/modules/ietf-draft/ietf-network-bridge-flows.yang \
                    --module=/usr/share/yuma/modules/ietf-draft/ietf-network-bridge-scheduler.yang \
                    --module=/usr/share/yuma/modules/examples/example-bridge.yang \
                    --startup=example-modules/ietf-network-bridge/example-bridge-cfg.xml --log-level=debug4 --superuser=${USER}

 

Validate everything is OK with NETCONF client:

vladimir@lmf:~$ yangcli --server=localhost --ncport=830 --user=${USER}

Warning: line is 82 chars, limit is 72 chars
yangcli-ex.yang:69.1: warning(438): display line length exceeded

  yangcli version 2.11-0
  libssh2 version 1.7.0

  Copyright (c) 2008-2012, Andy Bierman, All Rights Reserved.
  Copyright (c) 2013-2017, Vladimir Vassilev, All Rights Reserved.

  Type 'help' or 'help <command-name>' to get started
  Use the <tab> key for command and value completion
  Use the <enter> key to accept the default value in brackets

  These escape sequences are available when filling parameter values:

	?	help
	??	full help
	?s	skip current parameter
	?c	cancel current command

  These assignment statements are available when entering commands:

	$<varname> = <expr>	Local user variable assignment
	$$<varname> = <expr>	Global user variable assignment
	@<filespec> = <expr>	File assignment

Enter string value for leaf <password>
yangcli:connect> 
val->res is NO_ERR.

yangcli: Starting NETCONF session for vladimir on localhost

NETCONF session established for vladimir on localhost

Client Session Id: 1
Server Session Id: 3

Server Protocol Capabilities
   base:1.0
   candidate:1.0
   confirmed-commit:1.0
   rollback-on-error:1.0
   validate:1.0
   url:1.0
   xpath:1.0
   notification:1.0
   interleave:1.0
   partial-lock:1.0
   with-defaults:1.0
   base:1.1
   validate:1.1
   confirmed-commit:1.1
   yang-library:1.0

Server Module Capabilities
   example-bridge@2018-07-15
   iana-crypt-hash@2014-08-06
      Features: 
         crypt-hash-md5 
         crypt-hash-sha-256 
         crypt-hash-sha-512 
   iana-if-type@2014-05-08
   ietf-datastores@2018-01-11
   ietf-inet-types@2013-07-15
   ietf-interfaces@2014-05-08
      Features: 
         arbitrary-names 
         pre-provisioning 
         if-mib 
   ietf-netconf-acm@2012-02-22
   ietf-netconf-datastores@2017-08-24
      Features: 
         origin 
   ietf-netconf-monitoring@2010-10-04
   ietf-netconf-notifications@2012-02-06
   ietf-netconf-partial-lock@2009-10-19
   ietf-netconf-with-defaults@2011-06-01
   ietf-network-bridge@2018-07-15
   ietf-network-bridge-flows@2018-07-15
   ietf-network-bridge-scheduler@2018-07-15
   ietf-origin@2018-01-11
   ietf-system@2014-08-06
      Features: 
         radius 
         authentication 
         local-users 
         radius-authentication 
         ntp 
         ntp-udp-port 
         timezone-name 
         dns-udp-tcp-port 
   ietf-yang-library@2016-06-21
   ietf-yang-metadata@2016-08-05
   ietf-yang-types@2013-07-15
   nc-notifications@2008-07-14
   notifications@2008-07-14
   yuma-app-common@2012-08-16
   yuma-mysession@2010-05-10
   yuma-ncx@2012-01-13
   yuma-proc@2012-10-10
   yuma-time-filter@2012-11-15
   yuma-types@2012-06-01
   yuma123-netconf-types@2017-06-23
   yuma123-system@2017-03-26

Server Enterprise Capabilities
   None

Protocol version set to: RFC 6241 (base:1.1)
Default target set to: <candidate>
Save operation mapped to: commit
Default with-defaults behavior: explicit
Additional with-defaults behavior: trim,report-all,report-all-tagged


Getting yang-library module set  ...
Current module-set-id: 475799d7bd3d7f8a8c72fc5fcd9ca5a8b2cb7674.


Checking Server Modules...

yangcli vladimir@localhost> xget-config source=running /

RPC Data Reply 2 for session 3:

rpc-reply {
  data {
    bridge {
      ports {
        port p0 {
          name p0
          index 0
          class example:default-port
          class-instance-index 0
        }
        port p1 {
          name p1
          index 1
          class example:default-port
          class-instance-index 1
        }
        port p2 {
          name p2
          index 2
          class example:default-port
          class-instance-index 2
        }
      }
      default-traffic-class example:best-effort
      default-port-class example:best-effort
      traffic-classes {
        traffic-class example:best-effort
        traffic-class example:signaling
        traffic-class example:video0
        traffic-class example:video1
      }
      port-classes {
        port-class example:default-port
      }
      scheduler-classes {
        scheduler-class example:default-port {
          egress-port-class example:default-port
          inputs {
            input example:best-effort example:default-port {
              traffic-class example:best-effort
              ingress-port-class example:default-port
              gate-controller p
              input-class example:pri2
              base-index 0
            }
            input example:signaling example:default-port {
              traffic-class example:signaling
              ingress-port-class example:default-port
              gate-controller r1
              input-class example:in
              base-index 0
            }
            input example:video0 example:default-port {
              traffic-class example:video0
              ingress-port-class example:default-port
              gate-controller t
              input-class example:timeslot0
              base-index 0
            }
            input example:video1 example:default-port {
              traffic-class example:video1
              ingress-port-class example:default-port
              gate-controller t
              input-class example:timeslot1
              base-index 0
            }
          }
          gate-controllers {
            gate-controller a {
              id a
              type example:strict-priority-aggregator
              inputs {
                input example:pri0 {
                  class example:pri0
                  instance-count 3
                  queue-len 2048
                }
              }
              output {
                gate-controller r2
                input-class example:in
                index 0
              }
            }
            gate-controller p {
              id p
              type example:strict-priority-aggregator
              inputs {
                input example:pri0 {
                  class example:pri0
                  instance-count 1
                  queue-len 2048
                }
                input example:pri1 {
                  class example:pri1
                  instance-count 1
                  queue-len 32768
                }
                input example:pri2 {
                  class example:pri2
                  instance-count 3
                  queue-len 1048576
                }
              }
            }
            gate-controller r1 {
              id r1
              type example:rate-limiter
              inputs {
                input example:in {
                  class example:in
                  instance-count 3
                }
              }
              output {
                gate-controller a
                input-class example:pri0
                index 0
              }
              interval 10000000
              limit 12500
            }
            gate-controller r2 {
              id r2
              type example:rate-limiter
              inputs {
                input example:in {
                  class example:in
                  instance-count 1
                }
              }
              output {
                gate-controller p
                input-class example:pri0
                index 0
              }
              interval 10000000
              limit 125000
            }
            gate-controller t {
              id t
              type example:cyclic-timeslot-schedule-aggregator
              inputs {
                input example:timeslot0 {
                  class example:timeslot0
                  instance-count 3
                  queue-len 1048576
                }
                input example:timeslot1 {
                  class example:timeslot1
                  instance-count 3
                  queue-len 1048576
                }
              }
              output {
                gate-controller p
                input-class example:pri0
                index 2
              }
              period 10000000
              time-slot0-interval 5000000
              time-slot1-interval 5000000
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
    flows {
      flow best-effort-to-host0 {
        id best-effort-to-host0
        match {
          ethernet-match {
            ethernet-destination {
              address 00:01:02:03:00:00
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p0
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:best-effort
      }
      flow best-effort-to-host1 {
        id best-effort-to-host1
        match {
          ethernet-match {
            ethernet-destination {
              address 00:01:02:03:00:01
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p1
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:best-effort
      }
      flow best-effort-to-host2 {
        id best-effort-to-host2
        match {
          ethernet-match {
            ethernet-destination {
              address 00:01:02:03:00:02
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p2
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:best-effort
      }
      flow ptp-to-host0 {
        id ptp-to-host0
        match {
          ethernet-match {
            ethernet-destination {
              address 00:01:02:03:00:00
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p0
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:signaling
      }
      flow ptp-to-host1 {
        id ptp-to-host1
        match {
          ethernet-match {
            ethernet-destination {
              address 00:01:02:03:00:01
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p1
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:signaling
      }
      flow ptp-to-host2 {
        id ptp-to-host2
        match {
          ethernet-match {
            ethernet-destination {
              address 00:01:02:03:00:02
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p2
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:signaling
      }
      flow video0 {
        id video0
        match {
          vlan-match {
            vlan-id {
              vlan-id 10
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p2
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:video0
      }
      flow video1 {
        id video1
        match {
          vlan-match {
            vlan-id {
              vlan-id 11
            }
          }
        }
        actions {
          action 0 {
            order 0
            output-action {
              out-port p2
            }
          }
        }
        traffic-class example:video1
      }
    }
    interfaces {
      interface if0 {
        name if0
        type ianaift:ethernetCsmacd
        port-name p0
      }
      interface if1 {
        name if1
        type ianaift:ethernetCsmacd
        port-name p1
      }
      interface if2 {
        name if2
        type ianaift:ethernetCsmacd
        port-name p2
      }
    }
    nacm {
    }
  }
}

yangcli vladimir@localhost> quit

Build and start ODL mounting the network bridge over NETCONF (change user:tester/pass:tester with the user that started netconfd and pass):

cd
sudo apt-get install -y openjdk-8-jdk
sudo apt-get install -y maven
mkdir ~/.m2
wget -q -O - https://raw.githubusercontent.com/opendaylight/odlparent/master/settings.xml > ~/.m2/settings.xml
export MAVEN_OPTS='-Xmx1048m -XX:MaxPermSize=512m'

#from https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/GettingStarted:Pulling,_Hacking,_and_Pushing_All_the_Code_from_the_CLI
sudo apt-get install corkscrew
mkdir opendaylight
cd opendaylight
for PROJECT in aaa aalldp alto armoury atrium bgpcep bier capwap cardinal centinel coe controller daexim didm discovery \
dlux dluxapps docs eman faas federation fpc genius groupbasedpolicy honeycomb/vbd integration/distribution \
integration/packaging integration/packaging/ansible-opendaylight integration/packaging/puppet-opendaylight integration/test \
iotdm jsonrpc kafkaproducer l2switch lacp lispflowmapping mdsal messaging4transport natapp nemo netconf netide netvirt \
neutron next nic ocpplugin odlparent of-config ofextensions/circuitsw ofextensions/epc openflowjava openflowplugin opflex \
ovsdb packetcable persistence plugin2oc releng releng/autorelease releng/builder reservation sdninterfaceapp sfc snbi snmp \
snmp4sdn sxp systemmetrics tcpmd5 topoprocessing transportpce tsdr ttp unimgr usc usecplugin vpnservice vtn yang-push \
yangide yangtools; \
do git clone https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/${PROJECT}.git ${PROJECT}; \
done

git clone https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/p/integration/distribution.git distribution

cd distribution
git checkout tags/release/beryllium-sr4
mvn clean install -Pq

cd distribution-karaf/target/assembly

./bin/start
sleep 30
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:list --installed'
#install NETCONF support
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-netconf-all odl-netconf-ssh odl-netconf-connector-all'
#install GUI support
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-dlux-all'
#install topology configuration support
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-restconf-all'
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-netconf-topology'
#odl-netconf-clustered-topology
./bin/client -u karaf feature:list

cat > myscript.txt << EOF
merge /modules/module[name='ncflow-1'][type='sal-netconf-connector'] -- address=localhost sal-netconf:port=830 tcp-only=false username=tester password=tester sal-netconf:event-executor/type=netty-event-executor sal-netconf:event-executor/name=global-event-executor sal-netconf:binding-registry/type=binding-broker-osgi-registry sal-netconf:binding-registry/name=binding-osgi-broker sal-netconf:dom-registry/type=dom-broker-osgi-registry sal-netconf:dom-registry/name=dom-broker sal-netconf:client-dispatcher/type=netconf-client-dispatcher sal-netconf:client-dispatcher/name=global-netconf-dispatcher sal-netconf:processing-executor/type=threadpool sal-netconf:processing-executor/name=global-netconf-processing-executor sal-netconf:keepalive-executor/type=scheduled-threadpool sal-netconf:keepalive-executor/name=global-netconf-ssh-scheduled-executor
commit
EOF

# If commit is not done in the same session as the merge the changes to candidate are discarded autmatically .. thus the --run-script instead 2 sequential --run-command calls for merge and commit.
yangcli --server=localhost --ncport=1830 --user=admin --password=admin --dump-session=/tmp/yangcli- --keep-session-model-copies-after-compilation=true --batch-mode --run-script=myscript.txt --log-level=debug4


#enable northbound MD-SAL interface - opens port 2830
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-netconf-mdsal'
sleep 60

./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-mdsal-apidocs'
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-openflowplugin-flow-services-rest'
./bin/client -u karaf 'feature:install odl-openflowplugin-flow-services-ui'

sleep 30

cat > myscript.txt << EOF
merge /nodes/node[id='ncflow-1']/table[id='0']/flow[id='1'] -- match/in-port=ncflow-1:1 match/ethernet-match/ethernet-type=35063 instructions/instruction[order='0']/apply-actions/action[order='0']/output-action/output-node-connector=2 out_port=2 flow-name=my-ptp-flow
commit
EOF

yangcli --server=localhost --ncport=2830 --user=admin --password=admin --dump-session=/tmp/yangcli- --keep-session-model-copies-after-compilation=true --batch-mode --run-script=myscript.txt --log-level=debug4

Start conventional openflow nodes to join the ncflow node:

mn --topo linear,3 --mac --controller=remote,ip=127.0.0.1,port=6633 --switch ovs,protocols=OpenFlow10

... work remaining to get ncflow appearing as the rest of flow enabled bridges running OpenFlow.

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