Common library for services that classify packets
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README.rst

neutron-classifier

This project provides a common API plugin for services to classify traffic in Neutron as well as an agent extension implementation to distribute these classifications.

The neutron-classifier provides a common API for all neutron services to deliver a consistent interface for tenants to define specific traffic classifications. The usage of the agent extension aids in the propagation of classifications to the backend. The project rose from the need to create a plugin that is common to all projects in order to prevent duplicates or varied versions of traffic classification work. The currently supported classification types include ethernet, ipv4, IPv6, IPv4, tcp, udp. In order to group those types and provide a common relation, classification groups are used.

Any feedback from users is welcome. The features as well as the API may evolve based on that feedback.

Features

  • Flexible classification of network traffic

Background on the Subject of Common Classification Frameworks