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Data Visualization: Experiment to Impose DDoS Attack and Its Recovery on Software-Defined Networks

  • Bhargavi Goswami
  • Stanly Wilson
  • Saleh Asadollahi
  • Tony Manuel
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Abstract

The entire network is doing paradigm shift towards the software-defined networks by separating forwarding plane from control plane. This gives a clear call to researchers for joining the ocean of software-defined networks for doing research considering its security aspects. The biggest advantage of SDN is programmability of the forwarding plane. By making the switches programmable, it can take live instructions from controllers. The versions of OpenFlow protocol and the compatibility of programmable switches with OpenFlow were the stepping stone making software-defined networks thrashed towards reality. The control plane has come up with multiple options of controllers such as NOX [2], Ryu [3], Floodlight [4], OpenDayLight [6], ONOS [7] and the list is big. The major players are Java based which keeps the doors open for enhancement of features by the contributors. However, more is expected from the practicality of P4Lang programmed switches by bringing skilled people to the industry who can actually implement programmable switches with ease. The obvious reason for delayed progress in the area of software-defined networks is the lack of awareness towards data visualization options existing as of now. The purpose of writing this chapter is to throw light upon the existing options available for data visualization in the area of SDN especially addressing the security aspect by analyzing the experiment of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on SDN with clarity on its usage, features, applicability and scopes for its adaptabilities in the world of networks which is going towards SDN. This chapter is a call to network researchers to join the train of SDN and push forward the SDN technology by proved results of data visualization of network and security matrices. The sections and subsections show clearly the experimental steps to implement DDoS attack on SDN and further provide solution to overcome the attack.

Keywords

DDoS SDN Security Denial of service Floodlight Mininet 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Bhargavi Goswami
    • 1
  • Stanly Wilson
    • 2
  • Saleh Asadollahi
    • 3
  • Tony Manuel
    • 4
  1. 1.School of Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceQUTBrisbaneAustralia
  2. 2.Department of ITSt. Vincent Pallotti College of Engineering and TechnologyNagpurIndia
  3. 3.ITTECSBrisbaneAustralia
  4. 4.CHRISTBangaloreIndia

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