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You are asking two questions:

  • How do I get the Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules to appear on DLUX?
  • How do I establish static flows with DLUX?

You get Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules to appear on DLUX by installing the odl-adsal-all and odl-adsal-northbound features.

I am running Helium2 on Ubuntu 14.04 with an OpenWRT router (TP-Link 1043ND V2). I was having very similar problems. I read the same wiki note wahabeck references (the note comes from OpenDaylight DLUX:DLUX Karaf Feature) and was reluctant to load odl-adsal-all and odl-adsal-northbound. I gave up, gave it a try, and it worked. I believe the following feature load works and allows you to see the expected list of DLUX modules: odl-l2switch-switch-ui openflowplugin-flow-services-ui install odl-ttp-all install odl-restconf odl-l2switch-switch odl-mdsal-apidocs
odl-dlux-core odl-adsal-all odl-adsal-northbound

Note that odl-adsal-all does not also include odl-adsal-northbound, it has to be installed separately. The Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules will not appear until you install odl-adsal-northbound.

The modules, however, will be empty until you have a host or router connected to the controller. When openflow establishes it's session, the information for the node should auto populate into the modules.

The second question is addressed here: [DLUX Web UI with Helium].(https://ask.opendaylight.org/question/1915/dlux-web-ui-with-helium/)

You are asking two questions:

  • How do I get the Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules to appear on DLUX?
  • How do I establish static flows with DLUX?

You get Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules to appear on DLUX by installing the odl-adsal-all and odl-adsal-northbound features.

I am running Helium2 on Ubuntu 14.04 with an OpenWRT router (TP-Link 1043ND V2). I was having very similar problems. I read the same wiki note wahabeck references (the note comes from OpenDaylight DLUX:DLUX Karaf Feature) and was reluctant to load odl-adsal-all and odl-adsal-northbound. I gave up, gave it a try, and it worked. I believe the following feature load works and allows you to see the expected list of DLUX modules: odl-l2switch-switch-ui openflowplugin-flow-services-ui install odl-ttp-all install odl-restconf odl-l2switch-switch odl-mdsal-apidocs
odl-dlux-core odl-adsal-all odl-adsal-northbound

Note that odl-adsal-all does not also include odl-adsal-northbound, it has to be installed separately. The Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules will not appear until you install odl-adsal-northbound.

The modules, however, will be empty until you have a host or router connected to the controller. When openflow establishes it's session, the information for the node should auto populate into the modules.

The second question is addressed here: [DLUX Web UI with Helium].(https://ask.opendaylight.org/question/1915/dlux-web-ui-with-helium/)

You are asking two questions:

  • How do I get the Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules to appear on DLUX?
  • How do I establish static flows with DLUX?

You get Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules to appear on DLUX by installing the odl-adsal-all and odl-adsal-northbound features.

I am running Helium2 on Ubuntu 14.04 with an OpenWRT router (TP-Link 1043ND V2). I was having very similar problems. I read the same wiki note wahabeck references (the note comes from OpenDaylight DLUX:DLUX Karaf Feature) and was reluctant to load odl-adsal-all and odl-adsal-northbound. I gave up, gave it a try, and it worked. I believe the following feature load works and allows you to see the expected list of DLUX modules: odl-l2switch-switch-ui openflowplugin-flow-services-ui install odl-ttp-all install - odl-l2switch-switch-ui

  • openflowplugin-flow-services-ui
  • odl-ttp-all
  • odl-restconf
  • odl-l2switch-switch
  • odl-mdsal-apidocs
    odl-dlux-core odl-adsal-all
  • odl-dlux-core
  • odl-adsal-all
  • odl-adsal-northbound

Note that odl-adsal-all does not also include odl-adsal-northbound, it has to be installed separately. The Nodes, Connection Manager, Flows, and Network modules will not appear until you install odl-adsal-northbound.

The modules, however, will be empty until you have a host or router connected to the controller. When openflow establishes it's session, the information for the node should auto populate into the modules.

Unfortunately, right now you cannot do static flows through DLUX. Details: https://ask.opendaylight.org/question/2586/add-flows-from-odl-gui/?answer=2625#post-id-2625