Xebra; XEn Based Routing Architecture
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XEBRA: XEn Based Router Architecture


What is XEBRA Project?

The main purpose of this research is to develop a network virtualization technology for the future Internet environment that can utilize various network protocols and services.

To achieve the goal, we design and implement 1) an efficient network virtualization architecture and 2) a flexible software router platform that runs on each virtual machine, and 3) carry out perfor mance evaluation and optimization using a complete prototype.

more details are on introduction page.


Get the codes

Recent codes are below (Released on 2014-03-09):

• For pathfinder
ixgbevf-2.0.0-xebra-fromPV1.tar (1,105 KB)
pfinder.0716.tar (2,140 KB)
• For vLink
ixgbe-3.3.8-xebra.tar (20,296 KB)
ixgbevf-2.0.0-vlink.tar (1,520 KB)
vlink.tar (234 KB)
• For vChannel & BCN
bonding-xebra-2.6.35.6.patch (6 KB)
bonding-xebra-2.6.37.1.patch (7 KB)
ixgbe-3.3.8-xebra.tar.gz (288 KB)
ixgbevf-2.0-xebra.tar.gz (124 KB)

The codes are available in materials page as .tar archive, .patch file format.