What is DOT?
Distributed OpenFlow Testbed (DOT) is a tool for emulating large scale OpenFlow based Software Defined Networks. DOT distributes the emulated network across several physical machines to provide guaranteed CPU time, bandwidth and network latency for the emulated components (i.e., switches, hosts and links). It can scale with the network size and traffic volume. It also has built-in support for configuring and monitoring the emulated components from a central point. DOT is an outcome of an ongoing research project of the WatSDN research group at the University of Waterloo.
You can clone/download the source code from https://github.com/dothub/dot.
You can join our mailing list at http://list.dothub.org/listinfo/dot-dev
- Arup Raton Roy
- Md. Faizul Bari
- Mohamed Faten Zhani
- Shihabur Rahman Chowdhury
- Reaz Ahmed
- Raouf Boutaba
We are thankful to the following persons for their insightful comments, suggestions, and support:
- Ahmed Amokrane (UPMC – LIP6)
- Hadi Bannazadeh (University of Toronto)
- Alexander Pokluda (University of Waterloo)