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Design of Software Defined Networking Gateway for the Internet-of-Things

  • A. Ruhan BeviEmail author
  • P. Shakthipriya
  • S. Malarvizhi
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Abstract

Pervasive computing is becoming a reality with the interconnection of numerous objects with unique identifiers and the ability to transmit data over the network. The heterogeneity in data traffic is on the rise with the evolution of the Internet of Things. The need for the gateway node in IoT to be equipped with more efficient networking capability to tackle the data traffic is becoming inevitable. This paper discusses the integration of Software Defined Networking paradigm with the gateway node to manage the data in the network optimally. A routing algorithm called Ethernet packet frame based routing that improves the Quality of Service is implemented by instantiating an OpenFlow compliant Software Defined Networking controller on the IoT gateway. The results corresponding to the statistics of the experimental setup is tabulated which shows an improvement of bandwidth by 44.98% and reduction of jitter by 33%.

Keywords

Internet of things Software defined networking Gateway OpenFlow QoS routing Open virtual switch POX controller 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of ECESRM Institute of Science and TechnologyChennaiIndia

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