Programming Model for Protocol Oblivious Forwarding SDN Networks
draft-tian-sdnrg-pnpl-01

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Abstract

This document presents PNPL, a Software-Defined Networking (SDN) programming model for the Protocol Oblivious Forwarding (POF) network. POF is an SDN forwarding plane technology proposed by Huawei. A POF forwarding element (FE) does no need to understand the packet format, and can be programmed to support new forwarding protocols. PNPL enables user to define forwarding protocols and program the POF SDN network on the centralized control plane with algorithmic policies that are expressed with high-level programming languages.

Authors

Ye Tian (yetian@ustc.edu.cn)

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