The ONL GitHub repository isn’t maintained anymore. Netberg has a GitHub page supporting ONL with kernel 4.19 to build a custom image.
Or download a ready-to-use image from the links below:
Download the image we provide and copy it to:
1. A USB thumb device.
2. FTP server in your network.
0. a) Connect to the switch via serial console using standard settings:
WARNING: Do not use a USB-mini USB cable, it will damage the console port on the switch.
Use the enclosed mini USB-serial cable.
b) If you know the system IP address, you can ssh into ONIE with root/no password.
1. Boot into ONIE
8. Go to the ONIE: Rescue mode and deploy ONL image:
Use "onie-nos-install" command to download and install ONL from FTP server: ONIE:/ # onie-nos-install ftp://192.168.0.2/ONL-2.0.0-ONL-OS-DEB8-2017-07-18.1642-40fc82b-AMD64-INSTALLED-INSTALLER
From a USB thumb drive ONIE:/ # mkdir /mnt/usb_drive_mount_point ONIE:/# mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usb_drive_mount_point ONIE:/ # onie-nos-install /mnt/usb_drive_mount_point/ONL-2.0.0-ONL-OS-DEB8-2017-07-18.1642-40fc82b-AMD64-INSTALLED-INSTALLER
9. The resulting installation has a default account (“root”) with a default password (“onl”). The network interface is disabled by default so that you can change the root password before the system comes up.
Please refer to our FTP for instructions.
Use the package we provide.
NOTE: Change directory to target deliverables directory, and launch ofagentapp in backaground.
client_drivshell port <port_number>
client_drivshell log f=/dev/console
client_drivshell log f=$(tty)
1. Show Platform Information with ONL
2. Show sysconfig with ONL
1. Show ONL information for human read
2. Show Hardware information
3. Show SFP information
Taipei, Taiwan, 14th of November 2022. Netberg announced the new Aurora 810 400G model programmable switch with Intel Tofino 2 Intelligent Fabric Processors (IFPs) at its heart. The new platform has 32x 400G QSFP-DD Ethernet ports and a 12.8Tbps switching capacity.
Taipei, Taiwan, 24th of October 2022. Netberg participates in the new round of the Fast Forward Initiative by Intel (FFI'22). The program supports academic and research organizations today, aiming at accelerating tomorrow's best network programmability research.