SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013
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Firewalling Science DMZ without Bottlenecks: Using Application-Aware Traffic Steering
SESSION: Network Research Exhibition
EVENT TYPE: Network Research Exhibitions
TIME: 2:30PM - 2:45PM
Presenter(s):RajaRevanth Narisetty, Deniz Gurkan
Our demonstration of firewalling science DMZ without bottlenecks using Application aware traffic steering leverages the Software Defined Networking paradigm to offload the science DMZ traffic after the firewall's application identification by deep packet inspection.In this respect, as soon as a science data transfer session has been positively identified by the firewall, a flow rule can be written to offload the remainder of the data transfer from the firewall to a fast path on the switch. All sessions are inspected by the firewall, but not all packets of every session need to pass through the firewall. Thus the security is preserved and the throughput constraint is removed. For this demonstration, we will utilize GENI resources. We would require a high performance compute resource to host firewall virtual appliance(PC with Ubuntu OS, 4 physical NICs, minimum of 8G RAM & 4 cores of CPU), an OVS ( PC with Ubuntu OS, 2G RAM & 4 physical NICs), Controller (PC with Ubuntu OS, 2G RAM & 2 physical NICs), AppServer (PC with Ubuntu OS, 2G RAM & 2 physical NICs), Client (Ubuntu VM) and Server (Ubuntu VM).
RajaRevanth Narisetty - University of Houston
Deniz Gurkan - University of Houston