OpenStack Networking (Neutron)
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Joe Gordon c94819260e Make readme reference not github 8 years ago
bin Remove the useless vim modelines 8 years ago
doc Add a link to a blog post by RedHat that discusses GRE tunnels in OVS 8 years ago
etc Merge "Added support for NOS version 4.1.0, 5.0.0 and greater" 8 years ago
neutron Merge "VPNaaS: separate out validation logic for ref impl" 8 years ago
rally-scenarios Add config for performance gate job 8 years ago
tools Remove the useless vim modelines 8 years ago
.coveragerc fix some missing change from quantum to neutron 9 years ago
.gitignore Ignore emacs checkpoint files 8 years ago
.gitreview Rename quantum to neutron in .gitreview. 9 years ago
.mailmap Add mailmap entry 8 years ago
.pylintrc Remove duplicate module-rgx line in .pylintrc 8 years ago
.testr.conf Add an explicit tox job for functional tests 9 years ago
HACKING.rst Add missing translation support 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 9 years ago
README.rst Make readme reference not github 8 years ago
TESTING.rst Fix example for running individual tests 8 years ago
babel.cfg Use babel to generate translation file 10 years ago
openstack-common.conf Switch to using of oslo.db 8 years ago
requirements.txt Merge "Use auth_token from keystonemiddleware" 8 years ago Restore ability to run functional tests with 8 years ago
setup.cfg ofagent: move main module from ryu repository 8 years ago Updated from global requirements 8 years ago
test-requirements.txt Updated from global requirements 8 years ago
tox.ini Remove reference to setuptools_git 8 years ago


# -- Welcome!

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:

The start of some developer documentation is available at:

For help using or hacking on Neutron, you can send mail to <>.