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RouteFlow keeps flowing forward

August 1, 2012 in News, NOX, POX, ThirdParty

Congratulations to the RouteFlow team, who announced another update to RouteFlow today! This follows the really big update from earlier this year, which was possibly the first multi-controller SDN application — it utilizes both NOX and POX.

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NOX Reference Posted

August 1, 2012 in News, NOX

Just wanted to post a note that we’ve put the doxygen for the new NOX up on the web. You can find a link on the documentation page.

NOX-Classic on github

July 20, 2012 in NOX

As of today, NOX-Classic — the NOX you’ve known since 2009 — is up on github. Sorry this took so long, but it’s done now!

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Jaxon: Java Bindings for NOX

March 27, 2012 in NOX, ThirdParty

A couple of weeks ago, there was a post on nox-dev announcing the Jaxon project which had just had its source code go up on Bitbucket.  Jaxon uses Java Native Access to expose some of NOX Classic’s API to Java, while being almost just an ordinary NOX component (that is, it only requires a minor change to NOX itself, which I think we could actually fix…).  Of course, it comes with the prototypical sample application — an L2 learning switch equivalent to switch/pyswitch.

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