I am new to Software Defined Networking and can't really get a full grasp of it. I want to detect the flows in a Mininet Topology created in linux environment using sFlow-RT and RYU Controller.
I am using sFlow-Trend, the GUI version of the software for detecting the flows.
I approached this by creating 3 terminal windows: First Terminal: I created the mininet topology. Second Terminal: I ran the RYU Controller. Third Terminal: I started the sFlow-RT on logical port 8008.
Any help in this will be appreciated, considering the limitations of any tutorials.
Commands used in linux:
For Running the s-Flow,
$ cd sflow-rt $ ./start.sh
For Creating Mininet,
$ cd sflow-rt $ sudo mn --custom extras/sflow.py --link tc,bw=10 --topo tree,depth=2,fanout=2
For Starting the RYU Controller,
$ cd /home/ubuntu/ryu && ./bin/ryu-manager --verbose ryu/app/simple_switch_13.py
For Accessing the s-Flow Trend GUI, type in the browser address-bar:
This link below provides the mininet commands with sFlow-RT detection of elephant flows but provides no approach to run a SDN Controller (RYU) along-with it.