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    • Kirk Webb's avatar
      Fix to snmpit_force10 for recent versions of FTOS (9.9+). · d7a3b274
      Kirk Webb authored
      FTOS has changed from using vlan-specific ifIndexes to the more
      sensible choice of vlan tags as indexes in the Q-BRIDGE-MIB tables.
      However, it still uses these ifindexes in the RFC1213 and IF-MIB
      mibs!  This broke the snmpit_force10 module.
  9. 29 Oct, 2015 2 commits
    • Kirk Webb's avatar
      snmpit_force10: Enable various OF goodies on created instances. · 4e6f1b2c
      Kirk Webb authored
      L2 and L3 flow maps (hardware-assisted matching and forwarding),
      learning bridge assisted flows (hardware also, I think), and multiple
      forwarding tables.
      Default flows go into the "acl" table, which is carved up between various
      switch functions, and I believe is software-based (docs are vague).
    • Kirk Webb's avatar
      Add support for OpenFlow to Force10 snmpit module. · 84c3cfb2
      Kirk Webb authored
      Adding this support required a change to the createVlan() API call,
      which is why this commit touches so many modules. Optional/supplementary
      arguments to createVlan() are now passed as a fourth hash reference
      This supplementary hash is used to inform device modules that a vlan to
      be created is to be associated with an OpenFlow instance.  Only the
      snmpit_force10 makes use of this information at this time. FTOS requires
      that openflow-enabled vlans be declared as such at creation time. However,
      snmpit's default control flow creates vlans first, then associates them
      with OF instances (if requested).  This is why the supplementary argument
      (OF hint) to createVlan() is needed here.
      OpenFlow configuration actions must all be performed via the
      existing Expect-based CLI interface to FTOS. Yuck.
  10. 19 Oct, 2015 1 commit
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  12. 26 Mar, 2015 1 commit
    • Kirk Webb's avatar
      Update Force10 module to dynamically determine size of PortSet vectors. · 8a20f444
      Kirk Webb authored
      It's clear from the various Force10 switches and firmware versions
      that we've seen now that the vlan membership PortSet bit
      vector size can vary widely.  This variation even happens between
      different versions of firmware on the same switch!  So, now we
      detect this dynamically when the backend force10 snmpit object is
      instantiated (in readifIndex()).
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