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The content of this page is deprecated. Support for BMv2 and P4 as described here won't be available anymore starting from ONOS 1.11 (Loon). Instead, the recently started P4 Brigade is working on official support for P4-enabled devices via P4Runtime. Please subscribe to the brigade's mailing list to receive updates, or check the wiki here.

In order to try P4 support as described in this page please make sure to use ONOS 1.6 (Goldeneye).

P4 is a domain-specific language designed to allow programming of protocol-independent packet processors. Behavioral Model v2 (BMv2) is the reference P4 software switch. Support for BMv2 has been included in ONOS starting from the 1.6 (Goldeneye) release with 2 goals: i) provide the research community with a platform to experiment with P4-based applications and ii) define a common groundwork to support programmable data planes in the next versions of ONOS.