Inter-op Test Cases in Multi-vendor Scenario based on ACTN Architecture

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Authors Haomian Zheng  , Young Lee  , Daniele Ceccarelli  , Jongyoon Shin  , Yunbin Xu  , Yunbo Li  , Yan Shi  , Boyuan Yan 
Last updated 2017-05-04 (latest revision 2016-10-31)
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ACTN is a practical approach to repurpose existing and well-defined technologies, and underpinning them with SDN principle. It provides a hierarchal architecture to scale and support multi-vendor multi- domain interworking using RESTconf(YANG Model)/PCEP/BGP-LS. This document contains a test case proposal focused multi-domain, multi-vendor interoperation test cases for the ACTN framework. These test cases cover four test scenarios, including topology abstraction, E2E service provisioning, DC load balancing and inter- domain restoration, to demonstrate the fundamental ideas of the ACTN framework and standards.


Haomian Zheng (
Young Lee (
Daniele Ceccarelli (
Jongyoon Shin (
Yunbin Xu (
Yunbo Li (
Yan Shi (
Boyuan Yan (

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