WLANs need to support an increasing number of applications each characterised by different requirements in terms of bitrate, latency, and reliability. Network slicing is an emerging trend that enables such a vision by creating virtual networks, i.e., the slices, that are tailored to specific requirements of the services. In this paper, we demonstrate a programmable SDN-based solution that enables customisable end-to-end slice definition encompassing both the wired and the wireless segments of an Enterprise WLAN. We release the entire implementation under a permissive license for academic use.

Demo: A Network Slicing Solution for Flexible Resource Allocation in SDN-based WLANs

Roberto Riggio
2020

Abstract

WLANs need to support an increasing number of applications each characterised by different requirements in terms of bitrate, latency, and reliability. Network slicing is an emerging trend that enables such a vision by creating virtual networks, i.e., the slices, that are tailored to specific requirements of the services. In this paper, we demonstrate a programmable SDN-based solution that enables customisable end-to-end slice definition encompassing both the wired and the wireless segments of an Enterprise WLAN. We release the entire implementation under a permissive license for academic use.
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