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Lightweight edge authentication for software defined networks
OpenFlow is considered as the most known protocol for Software Defined Networking (SDN). The main drawback of OpenFlow is the lack of support of new header definitions, which is required by network operators to apply new packet encapsulations. While SDN's logically centralized control plane could enhance network security by providing global visibility of the network state, it still has many side effects. The intelligent controllers that orchestrate the dumb switches are overloaded and becomedoi:10.1007/s00607-020-00835-4 fatcat:bsgvlyieqzbbfok4najelbhkyi