Can anyone confirm if VTN coordinator requires Open vSwitch installed. In one sense, I would assume it would, because any node using Openv, I guess, would require it to be installed, but on the other hand VTN Coordinator uses it's own postgre database for it's data, so I am not sure if it also needs OvS.
I have ODL/VTn Manager installed on Ubuntu 14.04.03 and VTN Coordinator installed on CentOS 7. I also have mininet installed in it's own vm. Everything seems to work correctly:
ODL Lithium is up with "odl-vtn-manager-rest" installed
Mininet is up and connected to ODL using - sudo mn --controller=remote,ip="controller-ip" --topo tree,2
VTN Coordinator is up and using tutorial - https://wiki.opendaylight.org/view/Release/Lithium/VTN/HowTos/VTNHowToconfigureL2NetworkwithSingleController - all commands appear to work (Controller = operstatus:up, all logical ports are configured) except that the VTN created is operstatus:down
So does anyone know how to get VTN "operstatus:up" or if it is indeed an issues due to OvS not been installed