SDN-Enabled Broadband Access (SEBA) is a Reference Design (RD) built by the ONF and CORD community. SEBA is a lightweight platform based on a variant of R-CORD. It supports a multitude of virtualized access technologies at the edge of the carrier network, including PON, G.Fast, and eventually DOCSIS and more. SEBA supports both residential access and wireless backhaul and is optimized such that traffic can run ‘fastpath’ straight through to the backbone without requiring VNF processing on a server. It's built with Kubernetes, high speed, and operationalized with FCAPS and OSS Integration. The latest version of the SEBA RD is v2.0 which you can view here.
You can find the Design Documents for SEBA on Google Drive.
The individuals who contributed to the creation of the SEBA v2.0 RD
Documentation for SEBA can be found at guide.opencord.org.
Interested in participating in SEBA development? Some of the tools we use require you to register for the overarching CORD project, so we suggest you register first and then dig into the rest of the information below. Here are the key tools we use:
To get up and running, check out the Operations and Development Documentation.
We expect all ONF employees, member companies, and participants to abide by our Code of Conduct. If you have any questions or concerns, please notify a member of the ONF team or email email@example.com.
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