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Tuesday, September 17 • 3:10pm - 4:00pm
Prescriptive Topology Deamon - Pradosh Mohapatra, & Dinesh Dutt, Cumulus Networks

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In data center topologies, right cabling is a time consuming endeavor and is error-prone. PTMD is a dynamic cabling verification tool to help eliminate such errors. It takes a graphviz-DOT specified network cabling plan (something many operators already generate) and couples it with runtime information derived from LLDP to verify that the cabling matches the specification. The check is performed on every link transition on each node in the network. PTMD runs as a Linux daemon. It has been tested on switches running Linux and by the time of the talk, the code will be hosted on github. The talk is primarily targetted for system administrators. The audience will get to know: Design and implementation of PTMD, Configuration examples, Use cases such as integration with Quagga-based routing protocol suite.



Speakers
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Dinesh Dutt

Chief Scientist, Cumulus Networks
Dinesh Dutt is the CSO of Cumulus Networks.
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Pradosh Mohapatra

Software Engineer, Cumulus Networks
Pradosh Mohapatra and Dinesh Dutt. One of the authors will present. Pradosh Mohapatra is a Linux software developer at Cumulus Networks. His expertise is in building routers and implementation of routing protocols. Until recently, he was a distinguished engineer at Cisco systems. Now, he is focused on applying the networking experience to the Linux ecosystem. He has been a frequent speaker at NANOG, APRICOT, and Cisco Live.


Tuesday September 17, 2013 3:10pm - 4:00pm
Strand 11B

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