[ovs-discuss] [openstack-dev] [OVN] [networking-ovn] [networking-sfc] SFC andOVN
rmoats at us.ibm.com
Tue Jun 21 20:09:53 UTC 2016
"discuss" <discuss-bounces at openvswitch.org> wrote on 06/17/2016 05:24:19
> From: Cathy Zhang <Cathy.H.Zhang at huawei.com>
> To: Na Zhu <nazhu at cn.ibm.com>
> Cc: Srilatha Tangirala/San Francisco/IBM at IBMUS, "OpenStack
> Development Mailing List \(not for usage questions\)" <openstack-
> dev at lists.openstack.org>, John McDowall
> <jmcdowall at paloaltonetworks.com>, discuss <discuss at openvswitch.org>
> Date: 06/17/2016 05:25 PM
> Subject: Re: [ovs-discuss] [openstack-dev] [OVN] [networking-ovn]
> [networking-sfc] SFC andOVN
> Sent by: "discuss" <discuss-bounces at openvswitch.org>
> Hi Juno,
> Here is an example.
> Src SF DST
> | | | |
> 1 2 3 4
> For bump-in-the-wire SF type, since what it does is just to pass the
> packet from its ingress port to egress port, broadcast and multicast
> packets will form a loop on port 2 and 3.
> This problem is not specific to SFC though. A simple way to solve
> this is to put a bump-in-the-wire SF’s port 2 and port 3 in
> different subnets. For L3 SF, this is not an issue.
The above is a good reason for following OVN's pipeline logic
and not punting a packet to an output port in the ingress pipeline
(as I first expressed concerns about in ).
There is a loopback check in table 34 (between the ingress and egress
pipelines) that we can look at using to break the loops - program it
to drop broadcast/multicast traffic going between ports 2 and 3 and
the loop is broken.
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