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Secure Network BootStrapping Facts

Project Creation Date: May 18th, 2014
Lifecycle State: Incubation
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Primary Contact: Vijay Anand R <vjanandr85@gmail.com>
Project Lead: Frank Brockners <fbrockne@cisco.com>
Committers:

  • Anu Nair (anu.nair@ericsson.com) (Ericsson)
  • Anil R (anr2@cisco.com) (Cisco)
  • Sindhu S (sins@cisco.com) (Cisco)
  • Vijay Anand R (vanandr@cisco.com/vjanandr85@gmail.com) (Cisco)

IRC: freenode.net #opendaylight-snbi
Mailing List: snbi-dev@lists.opendaylight.org
    Archives: mailing list archives
Meetings:

  • When: Wednesday's 9:00-10:00 PST/PDT / 17:00-18:00 GMT
  • Where: Webex
  • Primary Option:webex
    • Webex Meeting number: 204 045 408
    • San Jose, CA: +1.408.525.6800
    • RTP: +1.919.392.3330 US/Canada: +1.866.432.9903
    • United Kingdom: +44.20.8824.0117 India: +91.80.4350.1111
    • Germany: +49.619.6773.9002 Japan: +81.3.5763.9394
    • Access code: 204 045 408

Repository: git clone https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/p/snbi
Jenkins: jenkins silo
Gerrit Patches: code patches/reviews
Bugs:

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Welcome to the "Secure Network Bootstrapping Infrastructure" project page!

Introduction

The Secure Network Bootstrapping Infrastructure (SNBI) project securely and automatically brings up an integrated set of network devices and controllers. Typically, operators must perform some manual key distribution process before secure communication is possible between a set of network devices. Instead, SNBI uses a zero-touch approach to bootstrapping that leverages manufacturer-installed IEEE 802.1AR certificates to secure even the initial communications. SNBI devices and controllers automatically discover each other, get an IP-address assigned, and establish secure IP connectivity. In addition, this discovery process reveals the physical topology of the network, exposes each type of a device (i.e. whether it is a regular network device or a controller), and assigns the domain for each device. This device type and domain information can also be used for initiating controller federation processes. As part of the SNBI project a basic infrastructure to host, run, and lifecycle-manage multiple network components/functions within a network device is created. These components/functions can include individual network element services, such as performance measurement, traffic-sniffing functionality, or traffic transformation functionality.

SNBI Architecture and Design

Release Plan

Communication: Weekly SNBI meeting (Open to All), IRC channel, Mailing-list

  • Weekly SNBI meeting on Wednesday's 9:00-10:00 PST/PDT | 17:00-18:00 GMT

Go To: https://cisco.webex.com/cisco/j.php?J=204045408&PW=NMjE3M2ZmYmNm

Meeting Password ----- welcome
Meeting Number ----- 204 045 408


To join the teleconference only


1. Dial into WebEx (view all Global Access Numbers at http://cisco.com/en/US/about/doing_business/conferencing/index.html

2. Follow the prompts to enter the Meeting Number (listed above) or Access Code followed by the # sign.

  • San Jose, CA: +1.408.525.6800 RTP: +1.919.392.3330
  • US/Canada: +1.866.432.9903 United Kingdom: +44.20.8824.0117
  • India: +91.80.4350.1111 Germany: +49.619.6773.9002
  • Japan: +81.3.5763.9394 China: +86.10.8515.5666

Presentations

Event Date Theme Presenter Deck Notes
SNBI Overview May/15/2014 SNBI overview for the TSC Frank Brockners <fbrockne@cisco.com>, IRC: brockners, Balaji B L <blbalaji@cisco.com> SNBI overview deck
SNBI round 2 discussion 02/2015 Design targets for ODL/FE Toerless Eckert <eckert@cisco.com>, IRC: tte SNBI Round 2 design
SNBI External CA integration April/1/2015 SNBI External CA integration status Vijay Anand R <vanandr@cisco.com>, IRC:vjanandr SNBI External CA integration