[ovs-discuss] Multiple Virtual Wireless Ports
joo.yongseok at gmail.com
Thu Jul 27 17:33:14 UTC 2017
When you say, "wifi interface", do you mean wlan interface (which is VAP)
at AP? or low-level wifi interface?
I don't know rate-limit since I've never tried but it works well for
regular OVS rules.
- Drop everything
- Allow ARP
- Allow DHCP
- Allow DNS
I applied the rule in one of ovs bridge and added multiple wifi interface
over GRE tunnel.
At least, I've tried this on top of Linux kernel 4.4 / OVS 2.6 - OPENWRT
On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 10:28 AM, Michael Williams <mw7301 at hotmail.com>
> Hi Ben,
> I don't think I explained it properly. Between the wired ports we
> can apply Openflow rules to limit traffic between computers connected via
> those wired ports, and that works with standard OvS. On the wireless WiFi
> side I would like to be able do the same thing and to limit the traffic
> between WiFi connected devices.
> Since WiFi only has one interface and not multiple individual ports like
> the wired stuff, my rules for dropping traffic between ports won't work. So
> I was wondering if there was someway with OvS to limit or stop
> traffic between WiFi connected computers?
> *From:* Ben Pfaff <blp at ovn.org>
> *Sent:* Thursday, July 27, 2017 12:57 PM
> *To:* Michael Williams
> *Cc:* ovs-discuss at openvswitch.org
> *Subject:* Re: [ovs-discuss] Multiple Virtual Wireless Ports
> On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 01:33:23PM +0000, Michael Williams wrote:
> > We have OvS running on a wireless router with 4 wired Ethernet
> > ports. We can apply rules on the wired ports but when we try to apply
> > rules on the wireless port the rules don't work between multiple
> > wireless devices. Is there a way within OvS to treat the wireless
> > interface like multiple virtual ports so that when a wireless device
> > connects we can apply rules to govern behavior between the wireless
> > devices like we can with the wired devices?
> OVS doesn't distinguish between different kinds of ports, so the
> restrictions you're describing don't make sense; OVS doesn't work that
> way. You might be using a vendor's modified version of OVS. If so,
> then you should ask the vendor for assistance.
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> discuss at openvswitch.org
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