What is the 'current speed' mean in NodeConnector?

asked 2015-05-15 18:20:51 -0800

ShawLinLoveLife gravatar image

In URL http://controller ip/restconf/operational/opendaylight-inventory:nodes/ I found two properties about the bandwidth I guess..

"flow-node-inventory:current-speed":10000000 "flow-node-inventory:maximum-speed":0

Here is the yang model of them leaf current-speed { type uint32; units "kbps"; description "Current port bit rate in kbps";
}

    leaf maximum-speed {
        type uint32;
        units "kbps";
        description "Max port bit rate in kbps";            
    }

My question is what these two properties really mean? if the max port bit rate is 0 why the current speed can be 10000000? And it seems that we could not change the speed in Mininet ?

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Hi , Did you find this answer?

karthik330 ( 2016-06-20 05:38:14 -0800 )edit

Yes. A port could support at most 100G bandwidth. And now we configure it as 50G port. At this time, current-speed will be 50,000,000, and the maximum-speed would be 100,000,000

ShawLinLoveLife ( 2016-06-22 06:36:51 -0800 )edit