Drag and drop the statement about networking from the left into the Corresponding networking types on the right. Not all statements are used.
Controller-based Networking :
– This type deploys a consistent configuration across multiple devices.
– Southbound APIs are used to apply configurations.
Traditional Networking :
– A distributed control plane is needed.
– This type requires a distributed management plane.
Explanation: On a SND network the control plane is centralized on the the SND controller not distributed on the networking devices.
Northbound APIs do not interact with end devices. They allow the SND controller to interact with applications on the application plane.
On a SND network the management plane is not centralized, it is distributed. Network management protocols, such as Telnet, SSH, SNMP, and Syslog operate in the management plane on both traditional network and controller-based network.
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