OpenStack Networking (Neutron)
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Jenkins 9616c5f475 Merge "Brocade vendor code decomposition from neutron repo." 8 years ago
bin adopt namespace-less oslo imports 8 years ago
doc Brocade vendor code decomposition from neutron repo. 8 years ago
etc ML2 cisco_nexus MD: sync config and models with vendor repo 8 years ago
neutron Merge "Brocade vendor code decomposition from neutron repo." 8 years ago
rally-jobs Update rally-jobs files 8 years ago
tools Add rootwrap daemon mode support 8 years ago
.coveragerc fix some missing change from quantum to neutron 10 years ago
.gitignore Add support for retargetable functional api testing 8 years ago
.gitreview Rename quantum to neutron in .gitreview. 10 years ago
.mailmap Add mailmap entry 9 years ago
.pylintrc Remove 'free' exclusions from pylint 8 years ago
.testr.conf Add an explicit tox job for functional tests 9 years ago
CONTRIBUTING.rst Workflow documentation is now in infra-manual 8 years ago
HACKING.rst oslo: migrate to namespace-less import paths 8 years ago
LICENSE Adding Apache Version 2.0 license file. This is the official license agreement under which Quantum code is available to 11 years ago Rename Quantum to Neutron 10 years ago
README.rst Updated the README.rst 8 years ago
TESTING.rst Add script to copy neutron api tests from tempest 8 years ago
babel.cfg Use babel to generate translation file 10 years ago
openstack-common.conf Migrate to oslo.log 8 years ago
requirements.txt Added oslo.log dependency 8 years ago Revert "monkey patch stdlib before importing other modules" 8 years ago
setup.cfg Merge "Brocade vendor code decomposition from neutron repo." 8 years ago Updated from global requirements 9 years ago
test-requirements.txt Updated from global requirements 8 years ago
tox.ini Merge "Add rootwrap daemon mode support" 8 years ago



You have come across a cloud computing network fabric controller. It has identified itself as "Neutron." It aims to tame your (cloud) networking!

External Resources:

The homepage for Neutron is: Use this site for asking for help, and filing bugs. Code is available on at <>.

The latest and most in-depth documentation on how to use Neutron is available at: <>. This includes:

Neutron Administrator Guide

Neutron API Reference:

Current Neutron developer documentation is available at:

For help on usage and hacking of Neutron, please send mail to <>.

For information on how to contribute to Neutron, please see the contents of the CONTRIBUTING.rst file.