The netconf topology is just a list of nodes. The OpenFlow topology also has
The topology is really the fundamental abstraction in ODL. But some
topologies (e.g. Netconf, PCE-P, IPv4/v6 unicast etc.) are just lists of nodes
(often augmented with other information) whilst others (e.g. OpenFlow,
Linkstate) also have links.
if you want to figure out the connectivity between a set of netconf nodes you
can do that if the nodes support e.g. LLDP with a YANG model. But then you’d
be creating a new “topology” for LLDP.
> On 13 Oct 2016, at 07:58, Humera Kouser <humera.kou...@lnttechservices.com>
> I want to know, how topology is different for netconf and openflow ?
> How can I analyze the same in opendaylight?
> Suppose i have openflow and nonopenflow devices with netconf protocol for
> how is that differed for openflow and netconf ?
> Please anyone provide information on this or document to refer.
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