Usually I don’t publish a post on every new project I create, but in this case I believe a lot of people can find it helpful in their learning process. So for the junior networking folks out there, or folks who just enjoy learning more about networking, you might want to take a look on the following page:
Basically, it’s a collection of networking videos and slides on a variety of computer networking subjects (sdn, ovs, neutron, openflow, general networking concepts, etc.).
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What is a Network Namespace?
Network namespaces allow you to have isolated network environments on a single host.
Each namespace has its own interfaces and routing table, separated from other namespaces. In addition, processes on your system can be associated with a specific network namespace.
Network namespace used in a variety of projects such as OpenStack, Docker and Mininet. To deep dive into these projects, you’ll have to be familiar with namespaces and know how to work with them.
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